Albert Pujols continues to hit statistical milestones in his final Major League season.

Pujols hit a home run on Sunday to move into a tie with Babe Ruth for second place on the all-time RBI list. 

He is hitting .268/.344/.543 this season, but insists that he'll stick with plans to retire.

Pujols and Ruth have 2,214 RBI, while Hank Aaron sits first overall with 2,297 runs batted in.