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Feb 23, 2017
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Thursday morning’s Say Hey, Baseball includes a new streaming opportunity, the first run of spring training, and Albert Pujols’ future. The biggest job of the league's front office is to make sure that the game of baseball, and Major League Baseball specifically, continues to grow and remain popular as new generations grow old. Obviously, commissioner Rob Manfred has been gung-ho about pace of play.
MLB is pushing to stream games on Facebook

MLB is pushing to stream games on Facebook

Thursday morning’s Say Hey, Baseball includes a new streaming opportunity, the first run of spring training, and Albert Pujols’ future. The biggest job of the league's front office is to make sure that the game of baseball, and Major League Baseball specifically, continues to grow and remain popular as new generations grow old. Obviously, commissioner Rob Manfred has been gung-ho about pace of play.
Halos Heaven Feb 22, 2017
Halfway home: Can Albert Pujols remain productive over the life of his contract?

Halfway home: Can Albert Pujols remain productive over the life of his contract?

A look at how Prince Albert compares to his peers and what we can expect going forward. A surefire, first-ballot Hall of Famer, Albert Pujols has been a lightning rod for criticism during his Angels’ tenure. He did himself no favors by going homer-less during his first month in Anaheim, clouding what would likely be his best season with the Angels. Choosing to play through injuries that appeared to sap his production have added fuel to the fire, frustrating fans rather than endearing them with his warrior mentality. While we expected to see the worst of Pujols over the life of his deal,...
Viva El Birdos Feb 21, 2017
What if the Cardinals had signed Albert Pujols after 2011?

What if the Cardinals had signed Albert Pujols after 2011?

Would they really be worse off? For the first 11 years of Albert Pujols’ career, he was one of the greatest players of all-time. His 81 wins above replacement were neck and neck with Barry Bonds and Stan Musial, and only 13 players in history had produced more. Since that time, Pujols has been a shell of his former self, producing roughly 10 WAR in five years, the output of an average player. Many have called the Cardinals lucky not to have signed Pujols. Were they? Would things be that much different had Pujols accepted the Cardinals reported offer of nine years and close to $200...
Sacramento Bee Feb 19, 2017

Albert Pujols is ramping up recovery from surgery for Angels

Albert Pujols is almost ready to get a running start on the second half of his mega-contract with the Los Angeles Angels. Pujols is making steady progress in his recovery …
Orange County Register Feb 19, 2017
Angels' Albert Pujols says his first week has been 'really good'

Angels' Albert Pujols says his first week has been 'really good'

TEMPE, Ariz. — Nearly a week into his spring training, Albert Pujols is happy with the progress he’s making. “It’s been really good,” said Pujols, who reported Tuesday with the pitchers and catchers to Angels' camp. “No soreness at all...
Halos Heaven Feb 15, 2017
HumpLinks: Best foot forward

HumpLinks: Best foot forward

Stop me if you have heard this before: Albert Pujols feels like he is recovering well enough to be ready for Opening Day. Well, we can open with camp news. Not the pitchers, nor the catchers, but the flying feet of Albert Pujols. Once again, we hear from Albert that his recovery process is going well, better than expected actually, and he hopes to be ready by Opening Day. This is the same Pujols who didn't make it above .200 to stay until almost the 25% mark into the season last year. Ok, that said, think about this. After C.J. Cron's season last year, and the signing of Luis Valbuena,...
Orange County Register Feb 14, 2017
Angels' Albert Pujols cautiously approaches spring training following surgery

Angels' Albert Pujols cautiously approaches spring training following surgery

TEMPE, Ariz. — In what has become an unfortunate spring training tradition for the Angels, Albert Pujols arrived in camp and discussed his prospects of being ready for opening day after surgery. The Angels’ 37-year-old slugger had foot surgery...
Rotoworld Feb 14, 2017

Pujols (foot) has yet to resume running - Albert Pujols (1B) Los Angeles Angels

Albert Pujols (foot) said Tuesday that he can do everything but run.
Halos Heaven Feb 2, 2017
Angels announce spring training non-roster invitees for 2017

Angels announce spring training non-roster invitees for 2017

These are the guys that get to try to prove they are big-league worthy in Tempe Today is one of my favorite days of the year. No, not Groundhog’s day or February 2nd, but rather, the day the Angels announced the non roster guys that get to go play in Tempe alongside Mike Trout, Garrett Richards, and Albert Pujols (too soon?). Anyway, it’s an excited day and we get to take a look at who will be rubbing shoulders with the big boys in a few short weeks. Pitchers (with highest level in 2016) Manny Banuelos, 24, RHP, AAATrying to get past a series of arm issues over the past few years Abel...

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