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Busch League: Pujols Calls Out Cardinals Rasmus

There are 25 comments on the Fox2Now story from Sep 6, 2010, titled Busch League: Pujols Calls Out Cardinals Rasmus. In it, Fox2Now reports that:

A season that is slipping away for the St. Louis Cardinals has turned personal, with star slugger Albert Pujols criticizing young outfielder Colby Rasmus.

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former rasmus fan

Saint Louis, MO

#21 Sep 7, 2010
I watched colby play often down in springfield. he is a great player but it was only a matter of time before we all started to see his true self. he was very cocky and had a giant chip on his shoulder when he played at Hammons field. its no suprise he is behaving this way. he did look like a deer in the headlights when questioned by the media the other night. I would love to see him do better somewhere else. BYE.
stan Warrenton mo

Marthasville, MO

#22 Sep 7, 2010
I think if Pujols don't start hiting he should look for another team, they pay him good money, 18 at bat with no hits, Coby had two hits tonight, big mouth had one.
MarkInCincy

Cincinnati, OH

#23 Sep 8, 2010
stan Warrenton mo wrote:
I think if Pujols don't start hiting he should look for another team, they pay him good money, 18 at bat with no hits, Coby had two hits tonight, big mouth had one.
Quite obviously, much of the Cardinals' current problems aren't so much about individual performances as it is about TEAM CHEMISTRY!

Pujols may be right or he may be wrong about Rasmus.
The exact truth about Rasmus probably lies somewhere in between the two extremes, but really, that doesn't matter anymore.

What really weighs on Cardinals' team chemistry now is that Pujols made the mistake of GOING PUBLIC with his frustrations, instead of addressing them face-to-face privately with Rasmus himself, and/or with LaRussa & Cardinal's G.M. Allen Craig.

Hall of Fame-destined professional baseball players the likes of Albert Pujols certainly should be capable of inspiring their peers WITHOUT involving in any way the nasty rancid teeth of the media!!!
curtis

United States

#24 Sep 9, 2010
ujols ought to just shut his over inflated egod mouth and learn and study "hustling" Rasmus should be of NO concern to him. He must think he IS the cardinals. Pujols is a joke.
curtis

United States

#25 Sep 9, 2010
Cosmo wrote:
Is everyone blind? This all starts with LaRussa. I've never seen a more erogant, prick. Rasmus is unhappy because LaRussa is jacking with his career for personal reasons. The same as he did for Ryan Ludwick. Both were the best on the team at their position yet only playing 60% of the time.
This organization is a joke for allowing this manager to continue to act the way he does along with coach the way he does.
It's time to send LaRussa packing!!!
I agree 100%

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