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Harmon Killebrew was passed up by Albert Pujols on Major League Baseball's all-time home run list over the weekend.

Pujols is now in 11th place on the home run list with 574. Killebrew crushed 573 homers in his 22-year career.

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Career home run leaders:

  1. Barry Bonds - 762
  2. Hank Aaron - 755
  3. Babe Ruth - 714
  4. Alex Rodriguez - 695
  5. Willie Mays - 660
  6. Ken Griffey Jr. - 630
  7. Jim Thome - 612
  8. Sammy Sosa - 609
  9. Frank Robinson - 586
  10. Mark McGwire - 583
  11. Albert Pujols - 574
  12. Harmon Killebrew - 573

It'll be a long time before anyone else passes Killebrew. David Ortiz (521), Miguel Cabrera (424) and Adrian Beltre (423) are the next closest active players to Killebrew.

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