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Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols and Brewers counterpart Prince Fielder expect they'll be constantly compared to each other in the NL championship series that begins Sunday. Both say it has nothing to do with who ultimately reaches the World Series. The 31-year-old Pujols is a three-time MVP and two-time Gold Glove winner.
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