Albert Pujols is tied to another MLB team for $10 million and this contract would prevent him from working with the St. Louis Cardinals after he retires from Major League Baseball.
Having a former baseball player who has a place in the Cooperstown Hall of Fame guaranteed is a privilege that can be given Los Angeles Angels. albert pujols life began after the mlb with a bond for ten years and US$10 million with the Californian team. Can’t work on St.Louis Cardinals?
Since the 2023 MLB Season, Pujols will start the personal services contract he has with the Angels. ‘Machine’ will work with prospects at the academy that the Los Angeles team has in Dominican Republic and will also tutor minor league and major league players during spring training.
The 10-year, $10 million deal between the Los Angeles Angels and albert pujols grants the exclusive rights to the Angels to have the services of the former Dominican baseball player. So, when faced with the question about the possibility that ‘Machine’ do a job of the same nature in St.Louis Cardinalsthe president of the Californian team gave little hope.
“Possibly”, answered John Carpino, president of the Angels, when they asked him if Pujols’ contract with the Californian team would prevent him from working with the Cardinals. However, he did not rule out this possibility in a statement he gave during a celebrity tournament that was played at the Pelican Hill Golf Club (Newport Beach).
Pujols’ contract for $10 million that would prevent him from working in the Cardinals
It was no coincidence that albert pujols will retire and hit home run 700 in the uniform of St. Louis Cardinals. Due to the importance of the Cardinals for ‘Machine’, John Carpino, president of the Los Angeles Angels, stated that if the Dominican wants to work with players from his last team in the mlb “It’s something we can probably work out with him and the Cardinals.” Not a yes, not a no…
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Albert Pujols’ contract for US$10 million that would prevent him from working in the Cardinals after retirement