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The Miami Marlins and Los Angeles Angels didn't just dominate the podium at the winter meetings. They were the only teams that used them to reshape their clubs.
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At the moment, the fans of St. Louis are not all that pleased with Albert Pujols. He told them all that he intended to finish his career in a Cardinals uniform and then skipped town for a few million bucks. When Cardinals fans see the No. 5 on the back of a Pujols jersey now, [...]
Albert Pujols has arrived in Southern California, and the feared slugger says his staggering new paychecks aren't the only reason he moved to the Los Angeles Angels.
Pujols and left-hander C.J. Wilson made the first public appearances with their new team on Saturday at a raucous pep rally at Angel Stadium. Thousands of fans showed up to celebrate the Angels' audacious signing...
With the Mets hamstrung by apparent payroll issues, the organization must think of creative ways to lure and sign marquee players. As a watering hole in New York City, Foley’s NY Pub & Restaurant (18 W. 33rd St.) has thought of a creative way to lessen the sting of losing those marquee players, such as ex-Met shortstop, Jose Reyes, who recently signed with the Miami Marlins.
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...
Albert Pujols and C. J. Wilson, free agents who signed for a combined $331.5 million, were introduced at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
Mike Scioscia got the news on an airplane, waiting to fly home from the baseball meetings. Hearing that slugger Albert Pujols and pitcher C.J. Wilson would be coming to Anaheim, the Angels manager could have winged his way home unaided.The news arrived like most these days, in our fast-moving, wired-to-know-immediately culture.
Angels' trade for star slugger Albert Pujols and signing of pitcher C.J. Wilson have turned them from an afterthought to prime programming for Fox and ESPN, and added fire to rivalry with Rangers.Angels' trade for star slugger Albert Pujols and signing of pitcher C.J. Wilson have turned them from an afterthought to prime programming for Fox and ESPN, and added fire to rivalry...