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Albert Pujols finally agreed he should wait till next year.
Feeling "a little upset" that Texas didn't move quickly enough to re-sign him, free-agent outfielder Josh Hamilton donned a Los Angeles Angels jersey on Saturday after finalizing a $125 million, five-year contract that he called a new chapter in his life.
Josh Hamilton is heading to the Los Angeles Angels, lured with a $125 million, five-year contract that steps up the migration of high-profile stars to Southern California.
The British farce "One Man, Two Guvnors" is laughing all the way to the bank _ it's made back its money just before leaving Broadway.
On the first day of spring training, Albert Pujols stood before microphones in Arizona to formally introduce a new era for the Los Angeles Angels.
C.J. Wilson parked his car and laughed while signing autographs for faceless fans who handed bats, balls and cards to the pitcher from the other side of a brick wall.
Kudos to whoever posted a security guard to watch over the statue of Albert Pujols outside his suburban St. Louis restaurant Thursday, even if that Albert Pujols stands 10 feet tall, weighs 1,100 pounds and hardly needed any protection. Let it be a lesson to the people in charge of the Cardinals' baseball palace some 20 miles to the west. If only they'd paid more attention to the real-life version during the decade that Pujols toiled hard and honorably for the team, he might still be anchored there, too.
Three-time NL MVP Albert Pujols agreed Thursday to a $254 million, 10-year contract with the Los Angeles Angels.
Three-time NL MVP Albert Pujols agreed Thursday to a $254 million, 10-year contract with the Los Angeles Angels, leaving the World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals after more than a decade for a new baseball life in southern California.