Albert hit .331 in 2006 and .288 in the post season.
Albert was walked 92 times in 2006.
Albert hit the first Cardinal Home Run in the new Busch Stadium.
Albert was second on the 2006 NL MVP list losing it to Ryan Howard.
Albert stole 7 bases in 2006 and was caught stealing twice.
In 2005 Albert was one of the MLB players to appear on a Wheaties cerial box.
Albert had 137 RBIs in 2006 and 6 post season RBIs.
Albert won his first Gold Glove Award in 2006.
Pujols won his first World Series ring in the 2006 World Series.
Albert hit 49 Home Runs in 2006 and 3 post season home runs.
In 2002, Albert made 4 fielding errors.
In 2002, Albert was hit by 9 pitches.
In 2002, Albert's SLG. was .561.
In 2002, Albert's OBP. was .394.
In 2002, Albert's batting average was .314.
In 2002, Albert struck-out 69 times.
In 2002, Albert was walked 72 times.
In 2002, Albert stole 2 bases.
In 2002, Albert walked or hit in 127 runs.
In 2002, Albert smacked 34 homers.
In 2002, Albert hit 2 triples.
In 2002, Albert hit 40 doubles.
In 2002, Albert got 185 hits.
In 2002, Albert scored 118 runs.
In 2002, Albert came to the plate 590 times.
In 2002, Albert played 157 games.
In 2002, Albert played for the Cardinals.
Albert is considered by many to be a very good baseball player.
Albert is considered by many to be the best player in the game today.
RBI Tracker: 48
2006 Home-Run Tracker: 21
albert's SLG. in 2005 .609.
Albert's OBP in 2005 was .430.
Albert hit .330 in 2005.
Albert stole 16 bases in 2005.
Albert struck-out 65 times in 2005.
Albert was walked 97 times in 2005.
In 2005, Albert had 117 RBI.
In 2005, Albert hit 41 homers.
Albert hit 2 triples in 2005.
In 2005 Albert hit 38 doubles.
In 2005, Albert had 195 hits.
In 2005, Albert came up to bat 591 times.
In 2005, Albert played 161 games.
In 2001, Albert's SLG. was .610.
In 2001, Albert's OBP was .403.
In 2001, Albert's batting average was .329.
In 2001, Albert stole 1 base.
Albert was struck-out 93 times in 2001.
In 2001, Albert was walked 69.
Albert had 130 RBI in 2001.
Albert went long 37 times in 2001.
In 2001, Albert hit 4 triples.
Albert hit 47 doubles in 2001.
Albert had 194 hits in 2001.
In 2001, Albert scored 112 runs.
In 2001, Albert came up to the plate 590 times.
In 2001, Albert played 161 out of 162 games.
"The Machine" is one of Albert's nicknames.
"Phat Albert" is one of Albert's nickname.
One of Albert's nickname is "Prince Albert."
Albert's grandmother's name was America.
Albert has 16 homers in the 2006 season so far.
Albert has played for the Cardinals his whole career.
Albert's OBP in 2004 was .415.
Albert's slugging percentage in 2004 was:
Albert stole 5 bases in 2004.
Albert hit 46 homers in 2004.
Albert batted .331 in during the 2004 season.
During the 2004 season, Albert hit 51 doubles.
In 2004, Albert had 196 hits.
In 2004, Albert scored 133 runs.
Albert stepped up to the plate 591 times during the 2004 season.
In the 2004 season, Albert played 154 games.
Albert hit as many homers as the entire Kansas City Royals team hit, 14.
Albert broke the record for most homers in the month of April, he hit 14.
"Of course I'd take 40 homers, a .330 average and 100 RBIs, but it can be better. I want to get better every year. I never want to be satisfied."
In 2002, Pujols struggled early as pitchers learned to pitch to him, but he continued to bat well throughout the season, hitting .314 with 34 homers and 127 RBIs.
Albert's slugging percentage in 2003 was
Albert's batting average in 2003, was .359.
Albert's on base percentage in 2003 was
Albert stole 5 bases in 2003.
Albert struck out 65 times in 2003.
During the 2003 season, Albert was walked
In 2003, albert hit 124 runs in.
In 2003, Albert smacked 43 homers.
In 2003, Albert hit 1 triple.
During the 2003 season, Albert hit 51
In 2003, Albert got 212 hits.
In 2003, Albert scored 137 runs.
In 2003, Albert went up to bat 591 times.
Albert played 157 in the 2003 season.
In America , Pujols gained his love for baseball, batting over .500 in his first season of high school baseball.
Albert was Born in the Dominican Republic, Albert's family immigrated to the United States in the early 1990s, first to New York City and then later to Independence, Missouri.
Albert bats right and throws right.
Albert's jersey number is 5.
José Alberto Pujols (born January 16, 1980 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) is a Major League Baseball player, he plays 1st base for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is widely regarded as one of the best offensive players in the game and hits consistently for average and power. In recent years he has also become an above-average defensive player at first base. On August 5th, 2005, Pujols became the first player in Major League history to hit 30 or more home runs in each of his first five seasons. On August 31st of that year, he became the first Major League player since Ted Williams to reach the 100 RBI mark in each of his first 5 seasons.
The St. Louis Cardinals drafted Albert in the 13th round of the 1999 draft.
Albert is a very active Christian.
In 2005, Albert and his wife launched the Pujols Family foundation which is dedicated to "the love, care and development of people with Down syndrome and their families."
Albert and his wife are active in the cause of people with Down syndrome, as his daughter Isabella was born with this condition.
For 2004, Pujols was bothered by hamstring problems, but was still a powerful hitter, hitting .331 with 46 home runs and 123 RBI.
In the 2003 season,Albert batted .359 with 43 home runs and 124 RBIs, winning the National League batting title. Pujols also finished second in the MVP voting, losing the award to Barry Bonds.
In 2000, Pujols was assigned to the Peoria Chiefs of the single-A Midwest League, where he was voted league MVP.
Albert is the starting first Baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Albert weighs 225 lb.
Albert stands at 6'3 in. tall.
In 2005, Albert's salary was $11,000,000.
He currently plays for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Albert was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' video game, MVP Baseball 2004.
Albert was the National League MVP
Albert won the Silver Slugger Award times at three different positions:
(1B, 3B, and OF).
Albert is a 4-time All-Star (2001, 2003-05).
Albert was the NLCS MVP in 2004.
Albert was the TSN Player of the Year
Albert won the Hank Aaron Award in
Albert won the NL Rookie of the Year
award in 2001.
Albert has three kids.
Albert attended Maple Woods Community College.
Albert made his major league debut on
April 2, 2001.