Found October 29, 2011 on Big League Stew:
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ST. LOUIS — Whether he's crushing three homers in a World Series game or deflecting questions about his impending free agency, Albert Pujols can seem downright robotic. His reputation as a destroyer of baseballs and bids for interesting quotes is well earned. It was interesting, then, to see Pujols drop his usual persona around the ballpark to being one of the main mischief makers in the St. Louis Cardinals clubhouse following the clinching of the second World Series title in the Pujolsian Era. As the face of the franchise, Pujols took full advantage of his stature to attack with the bubbly and leave his fellow Redbirds drenched without any fear of retribution. He started his night with a strike against catcher Yadier Molina, then set his sights elsewhere. Let's break down one of his next operations, step by step, shall we? 1. Identify target: The cardinal rule at aiming for teammates in the clubhouse celebration is the more interviewed and more distracted, the better. Fit...
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