Albert Pujols hits first HR for Angels, ends longest power drought of career
Pete, Rob, and Buck talk about their surprises in major league baseball so far highlighted by Albert Pujols' struggles along with the rest of the Angels team. The guys also talk about the mediocre baseball being played in the NL right now.
Albert Pujols has hit his first regular-season home run since joining the Los Angeles Angels, ending the longest drought of his 12-year career after 33 games and 139 at-bats. Pujols' two-run shot into the left-field bullpen
It was bound to happen and it could not have happened to a better player human being. One day after Mike Scioscia sat the struggling first baseman, Pujols came back and knocked one out of the park-his first of the year. It was just the kind of
Angels first baseman Albert Pujols grounds out during a game against the Cleveland Indians. (David Maxwell / EPA / April 29, 2012) By Mike DiGiovanna The Angels figured Albert Pujols would have the bat taken out of his hands this season by opponents
It took 111-at-bats but Albert Pujols has finally hit his first regular season home-run as a member of the Los Angeles Angels. The drought ended after.