Found September 16, 2012 on STLSportsMinute:
Albert Pujols and his wife Deidre welcomed their fifth child into the world early Sunday morning. - (Photo credit: BaseballBacks) Albert Pujols and his wife Deidre welcomed the couple's fifth child into the world early on Sunday morning. Deidre gave birth to a little girl named Esther Grace at 3:30 am. Esther weighed seven pounds and three ounces and measured nineteen inches long.   Esther gives Pujols three daughters to go along with his two sons. Pujols and his family had previously announced the expected arrival of the couple's fifth child back in May. Despite seeing his fifth daughter born during the early hours of the morning, Pujols was in the lineup for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Sunday afternoon in Kansas City. After a slow start to the season, the former St. Louis Cardinals first baseman is having a typical Albert Pujols career numbers wise. Pujols has 30 home runs and 96 RBI's and has raised his batting average to .282 on the season. Cong...
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