Albert Pujols has officially finalized his deal with the Los Angeles Angels, according to the Associated Press. The deal, which was originally struck during baseball’s Winter Meetings, will be worth $240 million over the course of 10 years.
The deal will also include a 10-year personal-services agreement which will award Pujols $1 million annually, according to the AP.
Pujols, 31, was considered by many to be the top free-agent on the market this winter. The slugging first baseman hit .299/.366/.541 with 37 home runs and 99 RBI for the Cardinals last season. The three-time Most Valuable Player has a career 162 game average of .328/.420/.617 with 42 home runs and 126 RBI.