Angels superstar Albert Pujols appeared in a short film Tuesday in partnership with I Am Second, a movement meant to inspire others through the life stories of athletes, actors, models, musicians, pastors, politicians, etc.
Charlie talks with STL Pediatric Dentist Dr. Homer Sedighi about his trips with Baseball Great Albert Pujols, during baseball off-season, on behalf of the Pujols Family Foundation, to the Dominican Republic to provide dental care for its indigent children.
While Albert Pujols may be a nine-time All-Star and three-time National League MVP, the Angels first baseman pulls no punches in describing his golf game.
Over the past decade, Albert Pujols has been one of the most accomplished hitters in the game, amassing 400 plus home runs while winning three National League MVP awards, being named an NL All-Star nine times and winning a pair of World Series rings.
Baseball is a game of endless numbers and statistics, but here’s a line you’ve probably never seen before: From May 2005 through last May, Albert Pujols hit .527 (39 for 74) in 22 games, with 12 homers and 25 runs batted in, following events in which he interacted with people with Down syndrome.
The best player in professional baseball is an imposing figure even without a tight-fitting uniform or a bat in his hands.
When making a list like this — the 100 greatest players of this decade, which by the way I’ve officially and irreversibly dubbed “the 0’s” — it’s easy to look at statistics.
Baseball is often thought of as a large extended family by those who are involved in it. So when Albert Pujols found out there was a part of that family in need, he didn’t hesitate to act.
Albert Pujols, a two-time National League MVP, is the only baseball player in history to hit 30-plus home runs in each of his first eight seasons. He goes to church, repeatedly mentions his devotion to God and raises money for children with Down syndrome in the USA and mission trips to help the poor in his native Dominican Republic.