Albert Pujols is now a member of one of baseball’s most exclusive clubs. With a pair of homers against Washington, Pujols is now the 26th player in baseball history to hit 500 career homers. Pujols becomes the first player since Gary Sheffield in 2009 to reach 500 career homers, and joins Alex Rodriguez as the only active players in baseball to be a part of that group.

The 500th homer, GIF’d above, was Pujols’ second of the game, a towering drive to centerfield in the fifth inning off of Taylor Jordan that drove in two. Pujols’ first homer, his seventh of the season and 499th of his career, gave the Angels an early 3-0 lead against the Nationals.