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On this day in 2005, Albert Pujols hit a go-ahead homer off Brad Lidge - A Hunt and Peck

And everyone got quiet

There are few things that make 43,470 people go completely silent. An announcer asking for silence? Sure, okay. Their mothers giving them “the look” all at the same time? Obviously, but difficult to pull off. Albert Pujols hitting a monster home run off one of the best closers in the league?

Yup. That outta do it.

He hit the train track.

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