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Cardinals celebrated what could be Albert Pujols’ last turn in San Luis

Cardinals celebrated what could be Albert Pujols’ last turn in San Luis

It is no secret to anyone that the chances of Albert Pujols retiring at the end of this season are high; So the St. Louis Cardinals got back on their feet in what would be the last time they see him in the batter’s box in MLB.
The St. Louis Cardinals are no longer hosting the Angels Dodgers at Bush Stadium this season; which prevents Albert Pujols from taking one more turn at that stadium for the rest of the season. Also, the Cards are not heading to the playoffs.
Pujols was exhausting his last turn of the game and the fans knew what was happening, they did not hesitate to stand up again and give him a standing ovation.
There is still some uncertainty about whether there is a possibility that he will return to the St. Louis Cardinals in 2022, something that does not correspond to him, but to the GM if he wants to make him an offer and if the Dominican is willing.
In the Cardinals stadium there were some signs that said they want Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina playing together in the last season of both players; see two of the players who gave him the most smiles leave together with the same shirt in MLB.
During his 11 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, Pujols hit 328. with 445 home runs, 1,329 RBIs, 84 stolen bases, 975 walks, 704 strikeouts, 2,073 hits and 1,291 runs scored. And as for the awards, he obtained two world series, 3 times MVP, 10 times all-star, 2 gold gloves, batting title, rookie of the year, 2 world series, MVP of a Championship Series and 6 silver bats. (Fielding)

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