The Miami Marlins have been busy this offseason. After changing their uniforms and dropping the Florida tag for a more specific Miami moniker, the Marlins signed one of the biggest names in the free agent pool: former New York Met Jose Reyes. As if that weren't enough, the Fins are after the biggest name on the market in MVP and two-time World Series champ Albert Pujols.According to ESPN, the Marlins have made a 10-year offer to the Cardinals first baseman. The financial end of the deal has...Read Full Story
The St. Louis Cardinals are about to lose one of their best players, but hopefully he'll go out on a high note. Albert Pujols will become a free agent after Game 7 of the World Series, which pits the Cardinals against the Texas Rangers.Pujols, 31, was born and raised in the Dominican Republic until 1996, when he and his family immigrated to New York City. He was drafted by the Cardinals in 1999, the 402nd overall pick, although he played in the minor leagues for a few seasons.In Game 3 of the...Read Full Story
St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols slugger made history last night in the World Series Game 3 against the Texas Rangers: He became the third baseball player in history to score three homeruns in a World Series game. He joined the ranks of Babe Ruth, who did so twice in his career, and Reggie Jackson.Pujols had an epic night: He went 5 for 6 with three homers and six runs batted in. The Cardinals went on to win 16-7 at Rangers Ballpark last night. Aside from the runs, Pujols also set more...Read Full Story
Albert Pujols is a professional baseball player. He's a first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals and wears number 5. He is managed by Tony La Russa.