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He looks hurt. He looks tired. He looks out of place. He looks … well, truth is, who is even looking anymore?
Those are his WORST numbers in those first 10 years.
Oh, I agree that the old Pujols is gone. But I think the "new" one is being underrated because of his raw numbers not being adjusted to park/era and because of the small sample size of his 2013.
I'm not sure he won't be perpetually injured from here on out; it's happened to plenty of 33 y.o. sluggers.
I can see your point of view. But, I just have no idea who the new Pujols is. I'm not sure he won't be perpetually injured from here on out; it's happened to plenty of 33 y.o. sluggers. And, I don't know how much his skills have eroded.
This has the potential to make the second ARod deal look good.
I did not.
hand it to the Cardinals, they made the right call
I've found the opposite to be true. I tried resting for months and months and all I did was gain weight. Actually exercising my feet and forcing them to work by wearing less and less footwear has made a lot more difference, for me.
As great as Pujols has been (and A-Rod is in the same boat), it is disappointing that they started declining in their early 30's.
Consider yourself lucky if my feet are all I bare!
That was a smart comment about park effects. The Angels have had several years now playing in a pitcher's park.
.312 average, .394 on-base, .561 slugging, 33 doubles, 34 homers, 117 RBIs, 99 runs.
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