“I don’t use that word very often, but just playing against Albert, seeing him on the other side, coaching, managing against him, and then to see him in our Dodger uniform is really surreal,” said Roberts, who will start Pujols at first base again on Tuesday with Justin Turner taking the day off. “But it fit. And it looked normal.”

Seager wears No. 5 for the Dodgers, so Pujols, who likes the No. 5 because it symbolizes God’s grace in the Christian Bible, switched to No. 55.

Pujols ranks fifth in career homers (667), second in RBIs since they became an official stat in 1920 (2,113) and 14th in hits (3,254). He has won three National League MVP awards, two Gold Gloves and six Silver Sluggers and has been invited to 10 All-Star Games — and he doesn’t want to stop playing.

“I feel like I’ve still got some gasoline left in my tank,” Pujols said. “I’m really excited for this opportunity.”