Albert Pujols Coaster


Albert Pujols Coaster

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Albert Pujols: The Machine on the St. Louis Cardinals

Albert Pujols is a former first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals and one of the greatest players in baseball history. Here are some fun facts about this legendary player:

  • Pujols was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and was signed by the Cardinals as an amateur free agent in 1999.
  • He made his MLB debut with the Cardinals in 2001 and quickly established himself as one of the league’s top hitters. He won Rookie of the Year honors that season.
  • Over his 11 seasons with the Cardinals, Pujols was a 9-time All-Star, won three National League MVP awards, and helped lead the team to two World Series championships (in 2006 and 2011).
  • Pujols is known for his incredible hitting ability. He finished his career with a .298 batting average, 3,253 hits, and 667 home runs – good for fifth on MLB’s all-time list.
  • In addition to his hitting prowess, Pujols was also an excellent fielder. He won two Gold Glove Awards at first base during his time with the Cardinals.

Overall, Albert Pujols’ impact on the St. Louis Cardinals cannot be overstated. His combination of hitting and fielding skills made him one of the most complete players in baseball history, and he remains an icon for fans of both the Cardinals and baseball in general.

Coasters are an ideal home décor accent, crafted with attention to detail and quality. Each coaster boasts an authentic card hand-mounted onto the high-quality ceramic tile measuring 4.25 x4.25 inches in size and 0.25 inches thick. The card may not always be the one pictured, as it depends on the current inventory.  However each card is carefully curated by Jake and Dean and the beauty and character is sure to impress! The tiles are then sealed with a bio-based resin for unbeatable protection, while the natural cork backing gives it that finished touch and makes it easy to showcase anywhere.


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