Even as St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols has nothing left to prove in the majors, he is still continuing to bolster his already impressive Baseball Hall of Fame resume.

In the third inning of the Cardinals’ series finale against the Colorado Rockies on Thursday, Pujols was called to pinch hit for Brendan Donovan. With two outs and the bases loaded, Pujols essentially put the game away with a grand slam that brought those in attendance at Busch Stadium up to their feet.

This home run is the 690th of Pujols’ career, which has him at a mere six homers away from moving into a tie with Alex Rodriguez for the fourth most in MLB history. More so, this grand slam is also the 16th that he has belted. As noted by MLB.com’s John Denton, the 11-time All-Star now sits at a tie with Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, and Dave Kingman on this historic list.

Overall, Rodriguez is the all-time leader in grand slams with 25.

Even at this late stage in his career, Pujols simply continues to reach astounding feats after another. And while he may end up falling short of amounting to 700 home runs, he is at the least inching closer to Rodriguez on the all-time home runs list.

For now, the Cardinals will be looking ahead to a combined eight straight road matchups against the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Chicago Cubs.