Incredible individual performances marked the past week of play in Major League Baseball, with Albert Pujols finally going deep for the Los Angeles Angels and Bryce Harper continuing to make a name for himself in Washington. Here’s what’s happening this week in MLB.
The tremors felt around Southern California on Thursday didn’t come from an earthquake. The seismic activity came courtesy of all the money the Los Angeles Angels dropped on Albert Pujols, the prize of this year’s free agent class.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim caught the biggest fish of the free agency season as they’ve landed St. Louis Cardinals’ first baseman and three-time NL MVP Albert Pujols. Pujols reportedly agreed to a 10-year deal for between $250 million and $260 million.
Many people scoffed at the notion that the new look Miami Marlins were going to make the biggest splash this offseason. Armed with a new stadium in little Havana, new uniforms, and new branding as 'Latin America's team,' the Marlins are now going after the biggest fish in the fr…