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(10-07-2012 02:19 AM)chrisa19978 Wrote: Just because Trout had a great rookie year doesn’t make him the franchise. Let’s wait a few years and see what happens. I have seen player have one great year and become bums over night. Just remember he was new and the pitchers might figure him out and then everyone will be relying on Pujols. I feel he did this as he is hoping to be the homerun king before his career ends. (9 Years left and only 288 homeruns to go so with an average of 32 home runs a year he could be the homerun king.)
(10-07-2012 03:34 PM)hofergreats1 Wrote: Mark My words Dont be Suprised if Pujols is the best Player for the Angels for the next 3-4 years. It took him a while to get adjusted but finally came on in the end. Look at Pujols and Trouts Numbers after the all-star break. Expect Pujols to Come out Stong out of the gate next year and sustain it though out the year. To answer your question No he is not re-thinking his move. Sooner or later it will be the Cardinals re-thinking that they should have upped the anti and re-signed pujols.
(10-07-2012 03:38 PM)Krangry Wrote: While i agree with the first part of your statement, i dont think you could be more wrong about the 2nd part. Cardinals arent missing anything with Pujols gone, he would have crippled the club financially. With him gone we were able to resign Molina, and go out and get Beltran.
Good riddance, and thanks for the great years, he can gladly lay that financial burden elsewhere.