Albert Pujols continued his climb up the all-time home run list on Sunday by hitting a two-run blast against the Colorado Rockies for No. 660 in his career. That tied the 40-year-old Los Angeles Angels slugger with Hall of Famer Willie Mays for fifth place in MLB history.

Ahead of Pujols on the list are some familiar names and numbers. 

1. Barry Bonds -- 762

2. Hank Aaron -- 755

3. Babe Ruth -- 714

4. Alex Rodriguez -- 696

That's it. 

But it might be even more interesting to look behind Pujols to see who else might join him in the all-time top 10. 

Currently, Frank Robinson sits in 10th place with 586. Is there anyone out there now who might be able to pass Robinson someday and possibly get to 600?

The closest active player to Pujols is Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers with 482 through Sunday. At age 37, Cabrera is in the twilight of his career -- hitting just 20 of those homers over the past three seasons.