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Albert Pujols' exit from St. Louis was shocking. But Pujols' wife, Deidre, insists the couple had no plans to leave the city before the slugger signed his new 10-year deal with the Angels. Deidre Pujols made a radio appearance on 99.1 Joy FM in St. Louis on Monday morning, and discussed her and her husband's decision to leave St. Louis. She said that the city has been "deceived," and that the media is feeding misleading information about the Cardinals' contract offer that was turned down by Pujols. She said that the Cardinals expressed a desire to make Pujols a "Cardinal...
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In all likelihood, we will never know the real reason Albert Pujols ended up in an Angels uniform. Some will insist it was about the money. Angry Cardinals fans have demanded an explanation from Pujols, a player they insist lied when he said he wanted to be a Cardinal for the rest of his life. [...]
Albert Pujols' free agency was mysterious, controversial, complicated and overwrought.
The forthcoming Yu Darvish drama might make it seem ordinary by comparison.
Darvish's arrival to the major leagues has been anticipated for years, and the frenzy surrounding him will reach an all-time high this week.
For now, the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters - Darvish's Japanese...
In case you missed one of the greatest days in Angels history, or in case you wish to relive one of the greatest days in Angels history, AngelsWin.com has the entire press conference for Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson.Click here to watch it!
Anaheim, CA -- In front of thousands of cheering fans lined up six rows deep to get a glimpse of Southern California's two newest stars, the Angels introduced their latest high-profile acquisitions, slugger Albert Pujols and ace C.J. Wilson.
The signings not only put the Halos in a position to win the AL West and the World Series, but also could finally help them win their...
I just happened to be in Anaheim California this weekend and there just happened to be some big press conference going on at Angels stadium. Also, the press conference just happened to be open to the public.
How many teams can organize a press conference, outside, on an 85-degree day in mid-December, and officially announce the signing of one of the greatest players in baseball...
Once all the experts and analysts finished having their minds asploded by the Angels signings of Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson, they all came to the same conclusion: the Angels MUST trade somebody to clear up the mutliple logjams they created in their roster. The way they tell it, it isn't just good baseball sense to make some moves, it is almost a moral imperative.
HBT: Yes, the Angels outbid the Cardinals for Albert Pujols, but they also made him feel more welcome.
Albert Pujols and C. J. Wilson, free agents who signed for a combined $331.5 million, were introduced at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
With Albert Pujols off the board, attention turns to the next great slugging first baseman in line for a $200 million contract. Joe Sheehan knows the perfect place for Prince Fielder.