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Topic - Bill Dewitt
Matt Carpenter called agreeing to a new $52 million, six-year deal with St. Louis a no-brainer. The Cardinals are hoping their third baseman sticks even longer than that.
Think about the last 20 years in Baltimore with Lucchino and DeWitt as the team owners instead of controversial and beleaguered owner Peter Angelos.
Albert Pujols repeatedly has said he wants to spend his entire career with the St. Louis Cardinals. Staring at a spring training deadline for contract negotiations, the team chairman remains hopeful the three-time NL MVP will get his wish.
Albert Pujols will sign autographs for $175 a pop on Sunday at the St. Louis Cardinals' Winter Warmup. The team has until the start of spring training to get the three-time NL MVP to sign a new contract.
Cardinals Chairman and CEO Bill DeWitt said the club thinks of Carpenter as "part of a nucleus that we believe will contend for championships, not just this year but for years to come."
"He's the type of player you'd like to think could finish his career as a Cardinal," St. Louis chairman and CEO Bill DeWitt said Saturday.