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Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
I completed my second trade with Ryan of '"O" No!!! Another Orioles Blog. It was a simple one for one swap. He posted some card show bait, and I bit quickly on the relic you'll soon see below, sending an Eddie Murray hit Ryan's way.I don't actively seek out Albert Pujols relics - save for the occasional eBay search - but when I see 'em available and I can grab it, I do. This makes Pujols relic number five, and this particular relic is numbered 098/100 and features a very colorful red swatch. It marks the first of my three Pujols jersey swatches that has any color to it.I love that Upper Deck is as specific about the origins of this piece of Pujols' jersey as can be. Also, they went back three years to grab this piece of an All-Star event-worn jersey, as the red swatch is from 2001 and the card is from 2004 UD Reflections.Thanks for the swap Ryan, I'll have yours in the mail soon! Oh, and Pujols as a Dodger....a man can dream, can't he?
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You. Yes, you. It's been 24 long months, hasn't it? You've been at bars talking about it. You've been a work talking about it. You've been at home, funerals, car washes, hot dog stands and even baseball games talking about it. And now, your clarity awaits."IT" is the contract that's been hanging over St. Louis for the past two years. The biggest...
A look at the Miami Marlins, key free agents and more
While Albert Pujols remains top story for many Cardinals fans, the club will have other matters to pursue this week in Dallas during the annual Winter Meetings.
St. Louis’ winter meeting plans hinge on the Albert Pujols contract negotiations.
Just a few days after the Miami Marlins made a splash in the free agent market by signing closer Heath Bell, the Marlins were back at it again. On Sunday night it was announced that the Marlins had come to terms on a six year, $106 million contract with free agent shortstop Jose Reyes.
Many believed that after unveiling new uniforms and changing their name to the Miami Marlins...
You never know what you'll find.The meetings begin Monday, and according to one story I read last night, Brian Cashman is going to "feel around" about pitching prospects. He said the Yankees do not need Albert Pujols, which I find reassuring. (George Steinbrenner would have offered Pujols Central Park.)Meanwhile, Bobby Valentine is headed to meet David Ortiz. "...
Here is the latest hot stove buzz from the Winter Meetings in Dallas:
The Cardinals have yet to modify their current offer to Albert Pujols for $22 million per season, writes Joe Strauss of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Strauss also says the Marlins are expected to meet with the agents for Pujols tomorrow at the Winter Meetings.
Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post says the Phillies...
Unless the Red Sox make a totally unexpected play for Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder, they simply will not be...
How massive will Prince Fielder's contract be? How much of a factor are Albert Pujols' St. Louis ties? And how impactful will the Winter Meetings be? Jon Heyman has the answers.