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Who is Albert Pujols?

Albert Pujols is the slugging superstar first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is playing his fifth season in the Major Leagues. In Albert's first season with the Cardinals, he won the 2001 National League Rookie of the Year award. There was no "sophomore jinx" for Pujols. He came in second to Barry Bonds in NL MVP voting in both 2002 and 2003. Albert Pujols was the NL's leading vote getter for the 2003 All-Star Game. Pujols also won his first batting title in 2003 with a .359 batting average. The St. Louis Cardinals rewarded Pujols with a 7 year, $100,000,000 contract, the largest deal in franchise history.

Steiner St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols Standee

2004 was Pujols' first season as the St. Louis Cardinals everyday 1st baseman. (Everyone who watches him play first base thinks that it is just a matter of time before Albert wins his first Gold Glove award!) Perhap the biggest game of Pujols' big league career to date was on July 20, 2004 against the Chicago Cubs when Albert Pujols went 5-5, including 3 home runs, a double, 4 runs scored and 5 RBI to lead a dramatic come from behind win 11-8 over the Cubs in the Cardinals' final game of the year at Wrigley Field. This series left bookmakers shaking their heads in disbelief! The Cardinals went on to win 105 games to win the NL Central Division. The St. Louis Cardinals won the National League Championship by defeating the Houston Astros 5-2 in Game 7 of the NLCS. Albert Pujols was named the 2004 NLCS MVP. Pujols hit .500, going 14-for-28 in the NLCS with 4 homers and 9 RBIs. Unfortunately, the Boston Red Sox were the team of destiny, sweeping the 2004 World Series in 4 games.

Albert Pujols Going Going Gone Poster

The Albert Pujols Going, Going, Gone poster shown above is available from All Posters. Obviously, it will look the classiest hanging on your wall when it's either framed or wood mounted. You can also buy this Albert Pujols poster from Sports Fanfare or FansEdge.

Albert Pujols finished the 2004 regular season batting .331 with a career high 46 home runs (tied for 2nd). Pujols had 123 RBI (3rd), a .657 slugging percentage (2nd) and ranked #1 in NL runs scored with 133. His 51 doubles also tied his career high.

Albert Pujols is the only player in MLB history to bat over .300 with 30+ home runs, 100+ RBI, and 100+ runs scored in each of his first 4 Major League Baseball seasons. With stats like these, no wonder the major sportsbooks and tipsters are taking notice and adjusting lines on Pujols to win the MVP.

Albert Pujols' Mailing Address
Attn: Albert Pujols
Busch Stadium
250 Stadium Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63102

Albert Pujols is a Gift From God

Check out the 18"x 24" July 21, 2003 ESPN
Magazine Cover poster featuring Pujols

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