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Happy birthday to the oldest Halo, Albert Pujols

I’ve been feeling old lately. When I turned 36 last September, I was a few months into some nagging gym injuries that doctors assure me is just normal wear and tear, which must have seemed liked well-mannered reassurance coming from their end, but served as the opposite. Wear and tear? That happens? Then there was the winter beard I grew these past few months; it was as bushy...
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2 days ago

WATCH: President Barack Obama throws out first pitch to Albert Pujols - Throwback

Hear Albert Pujols recall President Barack Obama's first pitch before a game.
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Reds announcer sounds off on Joey Votto's contract

A few years ago, Joey Votto signed a massive contract extension with the Reds worth well over $200 million, and team broadcaster Marty Brennaman feels that was a mistake. Brennaman, who has been a Reds broadcaster since 1974, was a host on a Cincinnati Reds radio show on WLW when a caller asked what kind of impact Votto's deal has had on the Reds. That's when Brennaman began to...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Angels' Pujols has foot surgery, could be sidelined 4 months

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols had surgery on his right foot Friday, possibly sidelining him past opening day. Angels general manager Billy Eppler said Pujols had the procedure Friday in North Carolina to release his plantar fascia, the ligament connecting the heel to the toes. The three-time NL MVP was bothered by plantar fasciitis repeatedly during...
Via Associated Press
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Angels' Pujols out 4 months after plantar fascia surgery

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols has undergone surgery on his right foot, possibly sidelining him past opening day. The team says Pujols had the procedure Friday in North Carolina to release his plantar fascia, the ligament connecting the heel to the toes. The three-time NL MVP was bothered by plantar fasciitis repeatedly during the regular season....
Via Associated Press
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Angels' Albert Pujols' undergoes surgery that threatens opening day

Albert Pujols, who had hoped to finally enjoy an injury-free offseason, underwent surgery on Friday to repair the plantar fascia in his right foot. The rehab time is expected to be four months, which could threaten his availability for opening day....
Via The OC Register
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Today in Halo History: Pujols Homers in the 19th

Forty minutes after midnight at Angel Stadium on August 10th, 2014, crew chief Dale Scott removed his headset, raised his arm into the cool air, and twirled his fingers around in a clockwise motion to signify that the review umpire in New York agreed with the call on the field and that Albert Pujols’ home run in the 19th inning would stand.  Mike Trout and Erick Aybar dumped...
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August 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Mike Trout does David Ortiz impersonation

David Ortiz has received plenty of retirement gifts during his farewell season, but Mike Trout made sure the Los Angeles Angels’ ceremony stands out. Trout was one of three Angels representatives who presented Ortiz with a portrait prior to Big Papi’s final series at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Albert Pujols, Mike Trout and Alfredo Griffin presented David Ortiz with a portrait...
July 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Albert Pujols Dresses Down Gerrit Cole In Defense Of Angels Teammate

Albert Pujols put his foot down Sunday in more ways than one. Pujols didn’t take too kindly to Gerrit Cole staring at one of his teammates in the sixth inning, so the Los Angeles Angels slugger had some words for Cole at first base after the Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher singled in the home half of the frame. Click to see Pujols’ lecture >> Then, two innings later, Pujols...
June 06, 2016  |  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...
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June 06, 2016  |  Discuss

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