Monday, October 31, 2011

Pujols may stay with Cards

Thousands of fans of the St. Louis Cardinals celebrated with a parade through the center of the city to obtain the eleventh title of World Series champion with the good news of the real possibility that the first baseman Albert Pujols to continue with them.

Pujols hinted that he will continue with the Cardinals and did so in the unique setting of the team celebration on Friday won the Fall Clasic.

The Cardinals had a parade through the streets of downtown San Luis, which ended at Busch Stadium, where the Friday night 6-2 to beat the Texas Rangers to get their eleventh title in the 18 shares that have been in the World Series, the second best after the Yankees of New York.

Along the parade thousands of people cheered the players, who were in red and white trucks, like the colors of the team representative.

The route parade ended at Busch Stadium, with a sellout record, where thousands of fans waited for the players to celebrate with them a new ring in the history of the legendary team.

In a series of interviews with key players in the series, Pujols scored when champions were crowned as the best of the season, and though he declined to elaborate on his future with the team, said he would like to continue within the organization of the Cardinals.

He added that currently he and his colleagues and the city of San Luis are celebrating the World Series title, and that negotiations will take place at another time.

But a question about whether to continue with the Cardinals for next season, responded with another question: "Why not."

When attendees at Busch Stadium Pujols heard the response, we cheered and applauded.

Dominican Pujols, who has been 11 seasons in the Cardinals and has become one of the most representative of the team batters, he wins the contract, what would happen if free agency does not reach an agreement with the team to renew the contract.

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