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Why these ancient outfielders are sneaky fantasy baseball fliers

Everyone loves rookies. Everyone loves shiny new toys. And ever since that fateful, spring day in 2001, when Cardinals manager Tony La Russa opted to stick with a complete unknown named Albert Pujols, every fantasy baseball owner covets being the one who discovers “the next big thing.” People went bananas over Mike Trout. They went bonkers...
Via New York Post
17 hours ago

Pujols Looks Like His Old Self

In the earlier vestiges of Spring Training, many seriously wondered whether Albert Pujols would even be available for Opening Day. However, he has performed well thus far in his few appearances and appears to be more and more ready for the real action every time he steps up to the plate. He has not played at all in the field yet. In spite of that, his bat is what is truly needed...
Via Halo Headquarters
6 days ago

Albert Pujols Offering Hope for a Strong Season.

Not too long ago, there was concern that Angels‘ slugger Albert Pujols would miss the start of the season. It’s not an over-exaggeration to say that there was real concern regarding yet another Pujols’ foot injury. Big Albert has been a force in the lineup for years and years, but at his age, foot injuries could be debilitating to a player not blessed with speed to begin with...
Via Halo Headquarters
9 days ago

Pujols wastes no time warming up boomstick

Well, that didn't take long. Albert Pujols, who is already a huge part of Major League home run history, swatted a ball out of the yard for the first time this spring in his fifth official at-bat of the 2017 Cactus League schedule on Monday afternoon against the Dodgers.
9 days ago

Could Albert Pujols Reach 700 Homers?

The legacy of Albert Pujols continues in 2017, as he approaches the 600 home run mark. Currently Pujols is at 591 homers heading into the 2017 season. If healthy Pujols will easily hit the 600 homer mark, but can he accomplish 700 home runs during his career? Pujols believes he can, and he’s probably right. The 37-year-old slugger is heading into his sixth season with the Angels...
Via Halo Headquarters
9 days ago

Albert Pujols plays 1st game for Angels since foot surgery

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Albert Pujols played in his first game since foot surgery, going 0 for 2 with a walk in the Los Angeles Angels' spring training game against San Diego on Friday. Batting third as the designated hitter, Pujols grounded out to third base on a 1-0 pitch in his first at-bat. In the third inning, he drew a walk after fouling off a full-count pitch against starter...
Via Associated Press
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Albert Pujols is ramping up recovery from surgery for Angels

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Albert Pujols is almost ready to get a running start on the second half of his mega-contract with the Los Angeles Angels. Pujols is making steady progress in his recovery from foot surgery. The three-time NL MVP is doing rehabilitation work at the Angels' spring training complex with the goal of being ready to play on opening day. ''It's been really good,''...
Via Associated Press
February 19, 2017  |  Discuss

Tom Brady offers his thoughts on Patriots skipping White House visit

Visiting the White House after winning a championship is a tradition that has been around for decades – be it at the college level or in the pros of any major sport. It’s something most players look forward to doing, but after winning Super Bowl LI over the Falcons, a handful of Patriots are bowing out.A total of six players – Dont'a Hightower, Martellus Bennett, Chris Long...
Via FOX Sports
February 14, 2017

Angels unsure if Albert Pujols will be ready for Opening Day

The Angels are unsure if Albert Pujols will be ready for Opening Day, GM Billy Eppler said on Tuesday.According to tweets from the LA Times’ Bill Shaikin, Eppler says Pujols is on schedule in his rehab, but that does not ensure he will be ready for Opening Day. Pujols has been bothered by his foot in recent years and underwent surgery in December on his right foot. The scheduled...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Albert Pujols gave Gerrit Cole a ‘stern lecture’

Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole caught an earful from Albert Pujols during Sunday’s game, but the Los Angeles Angels slugger would not say what it was about after his team’s 5-4 win. As Alden Gonzalez of notes, Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun worked a full count in the sixth inning before lining out to first. For whatever reason, Cole stared Calhoun down after...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 06, 2016  |  Discuss

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