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I'm perplexed by the negative feedback. I just don't get it. What's wrong with you?
No, why are ya'll going through my myspace and stuff, obsessive??
Update:.350, 18 HR's, 48 RBI'sThe batting title is in sight, but he doesn't get pitched to enough to challenge for the Triple Crown.
Resonance...metal folding chairs or hard tile floors cannot be beaten when it comes to firing off a loud fart.
Strange. I just today sent this letter to the Post-Dispatch. Nobody in the media seems to want to recognize the fact that Albert's struggling. I thought I would call it to their attention. to soundoff While acknowledging that Albert Pujols is hitting .350 at the All-Star break, along with 50 RBIs (tied for 3rd on the team), would it be too much to expect of Albert to provide some "protection" for our power hitters in the lineup? Namely Ludwick, Ankiel and Glaus. Albert's power has seemingly abandoned him at this point of the season.Jeff Gordon might even want to consider Pujols' lack of run production for his "Trending Down" feature in Upon Further Review.
He is off the juice, the hits and rbi are there, the big power is gone
How the Starkville is Grady Sizemore a leadoff hitter.
Im watching the HR Derby and Im amazed at how they have little kids running around tying to catch the balls. Those fly balls can do a lot of damage if a kid gets hit. I could see if the kids had any skill but most are running around like a chicken with it head cut off sticking their glove up hoping they catch a ball. How the Starkville is Grady Sizemore a leadoff hitter.
Sure, at the pace he's on (and as long as he doesn't have to miss another 12 games in the second 1/2 of the season), he will finish the year at:.350, 38 HR's and 102 RBI's.While that would be the least rbi's he's had, that's solely b/c they won't pitch to him with runners on base. Why do you think he is 3rd on the team in RBI's? They walk him to face former no-namers who just happen to have good RBI totals b/c Pujols is on base all the time.
Sure, at the pace he's on (and as long as he doesn't have to miss another 12 games in the second 1/2 of the season), he will finish the year at:.350, 38 HR's and 102 RBI's.
Since the Cardinal have played 96 games already at the All-Star break, they have ONLY 66 games left to play. At Albert's rate of production thru 96 games (adjusted for the 12 he missed with injury or 84) he would finish with:32 HRs and89 RBIs assuming he plays ALL 66 games.
and, at the break, Josh Hamilton has a .310 BA, 21 HR's, and 95 RBI. Let me repeat that for you... NINETY FIVE RBI at the all star break.
can't believe you even took the time to write that
Old people are funny.
That's what Albert gets for being way better than most all consistantly for all these years and doing it right out of the gate.
Agreed about Pujols and his consistency. But Albert hasn't received anything concerning his recent performance except more ass-kissing from the media. JUST MENTION HIS FAILURE TO PRODUCE WHEN IT HAPPENS. That's all I'm talking about. The Puhols can do no wrong idolization by the media is sickening. Geesus, even Musial had a few down periods and it was noted by the media when it happened. And that "provide protection" for Pujols is a frigging joke. Ankiel, Glaus and Ludwick have provided him all kinds of "protection". As my letter said, it time for Pujols to get with it.
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