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The Best Player You Never Saw
In clubhouses from Class A to the majors, even superstars such as Albert Pujols still speak in awe of the promise of Brian Cole
The Case for ... Albert Pujols, All-Star
Feb 11, 2016 ... WHAT DO Everth Cabrera, Bryan LaHair and Gaby Sanchez have in common? ... Meanwhile, Albert Pujols, the greatest offensive player of his ...
ALBERT'S SECOND ACT
AFTER THE GREATEST 11-YEAR OPENING A HITTER HAS EVER HAD, ALBERT PUJOLS IS STARTING OVER WITH THE ANGELS.
Card Trick No Mac? No sweat, as rookie Albert Pujols led reshuffled St. Louis to a sweep of Arizona
Each day last weekend a blank blue official lineup card satmockingly on the plastic laminate desk of St. Louis Cardinalsmanager Tony La Russa, a man with ...
Albert The Great Cardinals slugger ALBERT PUJOLS has emerged as the game's top offensive threat and launched an early bid for the first Triple Crown in 36 years
On a shelf in Albert Pujols's locker at Busch Stadium sits a ceramic baseball. It bears a verse from the Book of Ecclesiastes: "Whatever your ...
All the Right Moves
Professional, polite, eager to please—could Joey Votto be more perfect? An MVP and an end to the Reds' playoff drought wouldn't hurt
The Power To Believe
Albert Pujols is the Best Player in Baseball, and he understands the curse that comes with that title. But the Cardinals' slugger has this message for you: He won't let you down
A Swing of Beauty
The sweet stroke of the Cards' Albert Pujols has put him on a home run tear and made him the game's best hitter
Wild Card While powering St. Louis toward a playoff berth, MVP candidate Albert Pujols may be having the greatest rookie year ever
Albert Pujols has a jersey in Cooperstown, at least two listingsin the baseball record book, a half-dozen gloves to accommodatehis defensive ...
A Midsummer Night's Conversation With Bill James about ... Maybe, Just Maybe, The Most Perfect Player Who Ever Did Live
On the eve of the 2009 All-Star Game in the home city of Albert Pujols, the oracle of statistical analysis considers the St. Louis slugger's place in history