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The new marriage between Albert Pujols and the Los Angeles Angels is one that should produce positive results for both parties for years to come. However, it appears that they have already hit a minor bump in the road. ESPN.com reports that Pujols is a little irked by billboards that have been posted in Southern California that refer to the slugger as "El Hombre" or "the man" in Spanish. The reason that Pujols is upset by the reference is that it compares him to Cardinals legend Stan Musial, someone Pujols has an immense amount of respect for. Pujols is uncomfortable...
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