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Albert Pujols moves up to second place on MLB all-time RBI list
Albert Pujols moves up to second place on MLB all-time RBI list | Photo by Jean Fruth/La Vida Baseball

If Chicago White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito throws a no-hitter with no fans there to see it, does it still count? It most certainly does, but it would have been nice for him to do it in front of the South Side faithful. We are more than halfway through the MLB season, as Giolito secured himself a spot in the record books, throwing the first no-hitter of the shortened 2020 season. Albert Pujols checked another milestone box, putting himself in the two spot on MLB's all-time RBI list. His next milestone, home run number 660 to tie Willie Mays. As of September 1, he's currently sitting at 659, so we're liking his chances.

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