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Albert Pujols: MLB’s Best Player and Worst Nightmare

Published by on May 21, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

Albert Pujols has been the model of consistency in Major League Baseball for the last decade. Regarded as one of the best hitters of his generation, Pujols is an amazing offensive talent—a great slugger who also hits for contact and rarely strikes out.

Combine that with good defense as a first baseman and you have one awesome baseball player.

He is a solid postseason player too, leading the St. Louis Cardinals to the World Series twice (2004, 2006) and winning once (2006).

Pujols is the player the MLB needs to market around for a simple reason: he never is mentioned in the ongoing steroid conversation.

If baseball is to ever get rid of the ongoing media frenzy over performance enhancing ...

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