The St. Louis Cardinals were led by Paul DeJong's grand slam and Albert Pujols' 4-for-4 performance, which included two long home runs.

At Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night in Phoenix, the St. Louis Cardinals prevailed 16-7.

With 6,143 total bases, Pujols has also passed Hanley Ramirez to take second place.

Legendary Cardinals player Stan Musial (6,134) was passed, and he now only trails Hank Aaron (6,856).

For San Diego to defeat visiting Washington, Josh Bell and Juan Soto hit home runs against their former squad.

With two outs in the fifth inning, Bell hit a solo home run. During the first two games of the series, the Padres were defeated.

Washington's lone run came from Lane Thomas' 12th home run of the year, which he blasted in the second inning.

A clutch two-run single by Michael Perez and three hits and two RBIs from Jeff McNeil helped the team win.

and in the opening match of a day-night doubleheader, New York upset the host Philadelphia.