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Albert Pujols joins 3,000 hit club, Bowman Chrome autographed rookie sought after

Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels joined the 3,000-hit club on Friday night further solidifying his future Baseball Hall of Fame status.

Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels joined the 3,000-hit club on Friday night further solidifying his future Baseball Hall of Fame status.

It’s quite the achievement for Pujols who started his career with the St. Louis Cardinals. And while he’s slowed down in the past few seasons, Pujols’ career numbers are undoubtedly Hall of Fame worthy.

For collectors, his Bowman Chrome autographed rookie card is already considered the modern day Holy Grail of baseball cards.

Those who are looking to get their hands on the very limited edition card will have to pay big bucks for it. Here’s a couple currently listed below (click link for more details).

1. 2001 Bowman Chrome Albert Pujols ROOKIE RC AUTO /500 #340 BGS 9 MINT Angels

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2. 2001 Bowman Chrome Albert Pujols ROOKIE RC AUTO #141 /500 PSA 9MINT Angels

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