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The Detroit Tigers just extended Miguel Cabrera for an obscene $248 million over eight years. Combine this extension with the two years and $44 million left on his current deal, plus two vesting options for an additional 11th and 12th year at $30 million apiece, and you get a 12-year, $352 million contract.
“I know people are tired of athletes saying they are innocent, asking for the public to believe in them, only to have their sins exposed later down the road. But I am not one of those athletes, and I will not stand to have my name and my family’s name, dragged through the mud.” Pfff, ok, ya, right, ok…
Clark, the former National League slugger, says that Pujols’ former personal trainer told him a decade ago that Pujols used steroids. The trainer today denied it.
When the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Angels face off tonight, Albert Pujols is going to be seeing some of his former teammates and coaches for the first time in two years, and something tells me that they don’t miss him as much as you might think.
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Albert Pujols took a lot of money and jumped ship for the Los Angeles Angeles this past offseason. The Los Angeles Angels did not make the playoffs. The Saint Louis Cardinals, his former team, are currently playing in Game 3 of the ALCS and are three wins away from the World Series. This probably makes Albert Pujols sad.
There must have been something in the air last night, because this is the second strange baseball-related ejection that we’ve come across today. See what happened here after the jump.
Yeah, it’s been frustrating to be Albert Pujols this year. You’re under pressure to perform for a new team and live up to your huge new contract, and you’re not doing it. It has to be infuriating. But is it infuriating enough to throw your glove at a teammate? After a win?