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The Cardinals' Albert Pujols and the Brewers' Prince Fielder not only changed teams, but both also found new homes in the American League.
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ST. LOUIS Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday doesn't plan on forfeiting the upcoming season just because three-time MVP Albert Pujols decided to leave for the Los Angeles Angels in the offseason.
As the Cardinals look to defend their World Series Championship, Holliday knows he and the rest of the team will just have to do a little bit more to make up for the nine-time All...
The Pujols Family Foundation seeks to enrich lives of families of children with Down syndrome and aid the Dominican Republic's impoverished. 'This is my passion,' he has said.Reporting from St. Louis -- Baseball is a game of endless numbers and statistics, but here's a line you've never seen before: From May 2005 through last May, Albert Pujols hit .527 (39 for...
BREAKING NEWS: Yadier Molina is not Albert Pujols. The catcher for the World Champion St. Louis Cardinals is entering the final year of his current contract, and, unless extended will become a free agent once the upcoming season ends. And that’s about where the similarities between the redbirds’ catcher, and their former first baseman end.
Molina, 29, has garnered some attention...
SportsTalk: Albert Pujols signs with the Angels and Prince Fielder joins the Tigers. Which team is better now? (NBC Sports)
The Angels' new slugger was impressive even in high school, but somehow there were 401 players drafted ahead of him.Reporting from Kansas City, Mo. — It's hard to fathom the trajectory of a ball hit from home plate at Liberty High to an air-conditioning unit on the roof of a two-story building behind the left-center field fence.
The slugging first baseman's key numbers have dropped almost across the board for two consecutive years. The Angels, of course, hope that trend is reversible.Diminishing returns
Following the Milwaukee Brewers' best season in nearly 30 years, general manager Doug Melvin stressed that it would be difficult to improve on a 96-win team. That's an especially tricky task when youve lost one of baseball's best players and might lose a second for nearly a third of the season.
With much uncertainty, the Brewers enter the post-Prince Fielder era this...
For the first time in his 12-year professional career, Molina
walked into Roger Dean Stadium last week knowing Pujols wouldn't be
A rational person could conclude that the Milwaukee Brewers will be fine as they prepare for their first spring training in a long time without Prince Fielder.
The Boston Red Sox will look to regroup in 2012, as they face many tough road series along the way. There are seven big series that will be a great test for the Sox throughout the season. But which would a true diehard Sox fan be willing to attend? The first is April 5-8 when they head to Comerica Park to face Prince Fielder and the Detroit Tigers to open the season on the road....
Tim Lincecum thought about the seismic shifts of baseball's offseason, the ones that saw Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder migrate to the American League.