Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols, sign the retirement papers…Ending the 22nd year of MLB life

Albert Pujols, sign the retirement papers…Ending the 22nd year of MLB life

Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols, 42, signed his retirement papers and said goodbye to the ground and on paper.

MLB dotcom, the official website of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), said on the 1st (Korea Standard Time) that “Legendary player Pujols signed a retirement document for the St. Louis club and ended his MLB career.”

Pujols has already declared that he will retire after the 2022 season.

He played in 107 games this season and rebounded with a batting average of 0.270, 24 home runs, 68 RBIs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.895 but did not reverse his retirement.

MLB dotcom recalled, “This year was Pujols’ journey to wrap up a great epic.”

Pujols, who suffered from sluggishness in 2020 and 2021, started his final trip by signing with St. Louis, where he started his professional career, and set several milestones.

Pujols hit 700 home runs (703 home runs) in his last season. It is a milestone achieved by only four players in MLB history, Barry Bonds (762), Hank Aaron (755), Babe Ruth (714), and Pujols.

“Puhols was one of the greatest hitters in MLB history. He ended his 22-year big league career with a batting average of 0.296, an on-base percentage of 0.374, and an slugging percentage of 0.544 with 703 home runs, and said, “Ruta (2,218) is second in history, double (686) is fifth, and hits (3,384) is ninth.”

Pujols was also active in the postseason with a batting average of 0.319 in 88 games, 19 home runs, and 54 RBIs.

Pujols, who was born in the Dominican Republic and moved to the U.S. as a teenager, was named 402nd overall in the 13th round in 1999 and began his professional career.

Pujols, who made his big league debut in 2001 and won the NL Rookie of the Year award with a batting average of 0.329, 37 home runs, and 130 RBIs, became the NL’s best player (2005, 2008, 2009) and was selected to the All-Star Game 11 times.

He also enjoyed the joy of winning the World Series twice (2006 and 2011). 토토추천

“Puhols’ career is over,” MLB said. We are now starting the countdown to entering Cooperstown (where the U.S. Baseball Hall of Fame is located), he said. “We will see a scene where Pujols’ nameplate hangs in Cooperstown in 2028, when Pujols is eligible for voting.”

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