Albert Pujols Wins 2009 National League MVP

Posted: 24th November 2009 by Aaron Hooks in MLB
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Albert Pujols has officially been named the National League’s most valuable player for 2009. This is Mr. Pujols’ third MVP honor, previously being named NL MVP in 2008 and 2005.  Earlier this award season the St. Louis Cardinal first baseman collected his fifth Silver Slugger award and his second Hank Aaron award.  2009 also brought his eighth All-Star selection via the most votes of any player in either league and depending on your definition of “decade”; he was named the ‘Player Of’ this past one by The Sporting News. In summary: Your resume sucks in comparison.  It used to be said that the most unfortunate job in baseball was being a first base farm hand for the Cardinals. You could be a combination of Derrick Lee, Mark Teixeira, and Ad ...

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