Pujols focuses on charity, not accolades

Albert Pujols can appear cynical and defensive, sometimes even annoyed and terse, when talking about himself and baseball — his swing, his slump, his success, his shortcomings.

Angels, celebs turn out for Pujols’ golf tourney

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.

Albert Pujols: Helping Families and Making A Difference

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.

Angels’ Pujols comes through for a young fan

Angels slugger Albert Pujols visits with Shane Turulski, 9, of Hockessin, Del., before the Wednesday, June 27, 2012, game against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Pujols is the favorite player of Shane, who has muscular dystrophy.

Pujols to expand St. Louis-based nonprofit to three other states

People with Down syndrome who live in Kansas City, Nashville, Tenn., and Southern California could soon be dancing with Albert Pujols, whose charity announced plans Monday to expand beyond its St. Louis base.

Albert Pujols: Angels’ man and machine

Albert Pujols’ brown eyes suddenly warm from the slugger’s low simmer to a child’s flicker on this spring morning in the Angels’ clubhouse.

Albert’s work ethic dazzles new teammates

At Albert’s introductory press conference, Angels owner Arte Moreno immediately thanked “our partners at Fox.” The partners wanted Pujols, because it is all about entertainment in Los Angeles. And Moreno knows that when the Dodgers get their new ownership, the war for the second biggest market will be intense and costly.

Arrival of Pujols Brings Joy, and Risk, to Angels

“I just fell over: ‘Are you serious, stop joking!’ ” Hunter said. “I ran through the little workout facility screaming, ‘We got Pujols!’ ”

The Angel as guardian: Albert Pujols’ charitable commitment

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.


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