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Albert Pujols was coming in for a pop-up and it bounced out of his glove. The catcher, Chris Iannetta, was there to catch it. There was no excitement on their faces, no laughing, nothing. This game is supposed to be fun. The minute you play the game just for the paycheck, it’s time to go home.
As I recall, Pujols has never been a barrel of laughs on the field. He is very intense, not jocular.
When you're winning, you're intense and focused. When you're losing, you're just showing up for the paycheck.
Consider the source, etc., but it's remarkable that we're having to hear this kind of news broken by Mitch freaking Williams.
Almost no tradeable assets
Just a thought experiment, but what could you get for Mike Trout?
Did you know his lowest BB/9 in the majors was 5.7 BB/9 (1989 in Chicago) - that was his only year sub 6 for BB/9?
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