(ST. LOUIS) — Former World Series MVP David Freese was traded from his hometown St. Louis Cardinals to the Los Angeles Angels in a four-player deal Friday that reunites Albert Pujols with a pair of ex-teammates. The Cardinals also sent reliever Fernando Salas to the Angels and received a pair of outfielders: Peter Bourjos and prospect Randal Grichuk. Show More Summary
Previously on the Cardinalpalooza: Red Schoendienst | Enos Slaughter | Bruce Sutter | Albert Pujols | Ray Lankford | Mark McGwire | J.D. Drew | Colby Rasmus | Yadier Molina | Allen Craig | Stan Musial | Rick Ankiel | David Freese | Keith Hernandez | Steve Carlton Willie Dean McGee was one of the centerpieces of the Runnin' Redbirds. Show More Summary
Previously on the Cardinalpalooza: Bruce Sutter | Albert Pujols | Ray Lankford | Mark McGwire | J.D. Drew | Colby Rasmus | Yadier Molina | Allen Craig | Stan Musial | Rick Ankiel | David Freese | Keith Hernandez | Steve Carlton | Lance Berkman Perhaps no other Hall of Famer embodies the team he played for more than Red Schoendienst. Show More Summary
Previously on the Cardinalpalooza: Albert Pujols | Ray Lankford | Mark McGwire | J.D. Drew | Colby Rasmus | Yadier Molina | Allen Craig | Stan Musial | Rick Ankiel | David Freese | Keith Hernandez | Steve Carlton | Lance Berkman If you...Show More Summary
After spending big in each of the past two offseasons to sign Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton as free agents, the Angels head into the winter in desperate need of pitching, and with more questions about its superstar-laden lineup than...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Angels have made big splashes in free agency the last two offseasons, but what has it gotten them? Two third-place finishes and that's it. The Angels have brought in the big bats of Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton the last two years, but outside of signing C.J. Show More Summary
Previously on the Cardinalpalooza: Ray Lankford | Mark McGwire | J.D. Drew | Colby Rasmus | Yadier Molina | Allen Craig | Stan Musial | Rick Ankiel | David Freese | Keith Hernandez | Steve Carlton | Lance Berkman What can you say about...Show More Summary
Free agency has a way of making some general managers look smart and some look dumb. The recent signings of Albert Pujols and B.J. Upton have come back to bite the Los Angeles Angels and Atlanta Braves in the rear ends, making both GMs...Show More Summary
Star baseball player Albert Pujols recently sued ex-player Jack Clark for telling radio listeners Pujols took steroids. Clark responded on Monday by challenging Pujols to take a dual lie detector tests to clear his name. The lie-detector challenge is laid out in one of the snarkiest settlement letters you will......
Albert Pujols is suing Jack Clark because the former slugger (Clark) said on his short-lived radio show that the former slugger (Pujols) "definitely" used performance-enhancing drugs. Because of that, we get a settlement offer that includes... Show More Summary
In case you aren’t following the biggest lawsuits in baseball with a breathless anticipation for each and every legal document, I’ll break down the big two for you very easily: 1) Alex Rodriguez is suing Major League Baseball for trying...Show More Summary
The lawyer for Jack Clark has offered a settlement to slugger Albert Pujols in a colorful, snark-fueled letter. Continue reading » Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook. Tags: Albert Pujols, Albert S. Watkins, Albert Watkins, Baseball, Celebrities, Jack Clark, Lawyer Letters, Martin Singer, Settlements, Steroids
Albert Pujols is suing former baseball player Jack Clark because Clark recently went on his now-cancelled radio show and told listeners that Pujols's trainer once told him that Pujols had been "juicing." Judging by a settlement offer...Show More Summary
So, Albert, what say you?
If you follow baseball, then you've heard of the St. Louis Cardinals. Second only to the Yankees in world series championships.The Cardinals had a decision to make with mega-star Albert Pujols two years ago. Should they give him a contract...
Pujols filed lawsuit against Clark, station last week.
Albert Pujols didn ’t define the St. Louis Cardinals franchise. Sure, he was one of many cornerstone players to ever don the birds on the bat. But this rich and historic organization won before him and with him, and now they are winning...Show More Summary
On Friday, former St. Louis Cardinals star Albert Pujols, who now plays for the Los Angeles Angels, sued four-time All-Star Jack Clark for alleging on his radio show that Pujols had used steroids. On August 2, Clark had said on WGNU-AM...Show More Summary
Two months ago, we brought you the story of former St Louis Cardinal Jack Clark saying on the radio that Albert Pujols was a steroid abuser. Pujols vigorously denied the claims and threatened a lawsuit, while Clark and cohost Kevin Slaten were fired. Show More Summary
Albert Pujols sued Jack Clark for defamation related to his accusation that the Angels slugger used performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). The lawsuit isn’t surprising, considering Pujols warned Clark he would take legal action. Paperwork to follow through was filed on Friday in Missouri. Show More Summary