It’s perhaps Major League Baseball’s most exclusive and esteemed club.

Just three men have ever accomplished the feat in baseball history, and only two in the last 85 seasons.

It’s the 700-home run club. The only members are Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds.

Now, with Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols sitting on 662 home runs, if he gets close this year and has a legitimate chance to join the trio, he’d like to march on and keep playing past this season with a chance to be among baseball’s immortals.