- About Alberto Pujols life
- His professional life in Baseball
- His last match before retirement
José Alberto Pujols Alcántara is an American baseball player, first baseman, and designated hitter for the St Louis Cartier of significant league baseball. He was born on 16th January 1980 and has turned 42 years. In the field he is nicknamed The Machine and has played his first 11 seasons from St Louis Cartier after that played with Los Angeles for more than nine seasons before joining the Los Angeles Dodgers for half a season and then returning to the Cardinals in 2022 for what he has said would be his final season. From the year 2020, he will be one of the oldest active baseball players in MLB player. He is considered one of the best players of all time and will likely make the Hall Of Fame.
Few teams were interested in Pujols because of uncertainty about his age, which position he would play, and his build. He was selected as an MLB player for St Louis Cartier in 1999. Pujol begin his minor baseball career in 2000 playing third base with the Peoria Chiefs.
The Cardinals first baseman hit one home run, then another against the Los Angeles Dodgers to join MLB’s exclusive 700-homer club. He is going to retire whose news made fans get down. The stadium will be waiting for him to play more. He has earned a lot of respect and has become a legend for others. He has a lot of fans not only in his professional life he is also good in his personal life. He has been in the media for the love and cares that he showed towards his family.