Albert Pujols, infielder for the Cardinals: nine-time All-Star, two-time World Series champion, three-time NL MVP and the accolades go on and on. Albert Pujols, infielder for the Angels: well, let's just say he hasn't been the same since signing a $240 million, 10-year contract in 2011. The former all-everything player is struggling not only at the plate but also with injuries. His latest injury is a partial tear in his left foot, an injury that puts the remainder of the 2013 season -- which will likely end without a postseason berth -- in jeopardy.

A decade of ...

In less than two seasons with the Angels, Albert Pujols is hitting .275 with 47 HRs and 169 RBI.


Would you ever want your favorite team to sign a superstar to a 10-year contract?


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