The Angels Have Released Future Hall Of Famer Albert Pujols
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The Los Angeles Angels have released their (once) star slugger Albert Pujols just over a month into the final year of his massive 10-year, $253 million deal...

Per Barstool Sports...

Six hundred and sixty-seven career homers, 669 doubles, a career .298 batting average, a .921 OPS, a Rookie of the Year award in 2001, a batting title, 10 All Star selections, two Gold Gloves, six Silver Sluggers (which feels low), two World Series titles, and three MVP awards during a time when Barry goddamn Bonds was still in his prime. First ballot. Not a debate by anybody on planet earth.
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Hell he's still hitting .259 Cardinals need to resign him for no other reason.
Reply3 months
Pretty shitty to let him go just a one or two years from reaching Medicare age.
Reply3 months
Did you means Angel's release future Cardinals Hall of Famer.
Reply3 months
Definitely what’s going to happen, releasing him so he can sign with the Cards and then retire.
3 months
hoping the Angels make another stupid deal after this one to ensure they continue not being a threat to win the AL West.
Reply3 months
Almost as bad as ARod's deal with the Rangers. What a tremendous waste of money.
Reply3 months
Has he even been worth having in the lineup since getting off the juice?
Reply3 months
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