Cardinals fans need to give Albert a break.

Dec 11, 2011 Full story: KMOV-TV Saint Louis 60

This Sept. 25, 2011 file photo shows St. Louis Cardinals' Albert Pujols batting against the Chicago Cubs as Lance Berkman waits on deck in the final regular season home baseball game, in St.

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Since: Mar 09

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#22 Apr 7, 2012
Ozzie Guillen wrote:
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No you wouldn't. If they knock on your door today and hand you a check for $300 mil, you'll be in California flipping burgers for Albert.
LMAO, I would only flip the bird to Lebron Pujols.
Lets Play Ball

Tonawanda, NY

#23 Apr 7, 2012
Yep! That's why Jeter is so beloved by his loyal fans.
Because he's loyal to them and The Yankees to the bone!

And it's going to be sad to see him retire. He will be missed.

Far as I'm concerned, and without bias, nobody has the nimble cat like moves and instincts that Jeter has on that field. NO-BADY.
hatchet wrote:
<quoted text>Hahaha! You know you're right!
Ozzie Guillen

United States

#24 Apr 7, 2012
Lets Play Ball wrote:
Go fetch! Keep your apology. And your ladeedada.
I don't need to emasculate you again. Been there, done that.
You're a disappointment.
After posting with you for 4+ years, you regress into your vile and profane defense when you have nothing of value or worth to say.
Don't say nothing!
<quoted text>
My Englich teacher say Es suppose to be "don't say anythin"
Ju mad at me but iffy you read what ju write....ju do say somethin about huevos
I just assume ju wanna hook ap wiff a legend like Ozzie Guillen.
I already apologize an dats all I kin do.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#25 Apr 7, 2012
Lets Play Ball wrote:
Yep! That's why Jeter is so beloved by his loyal fans.
Because he's loyal to them and The Yankees to the bone!
And it's going to be sad to see him retire. He will be missed.
Far as I'm concerned, and without bias, nobody has the nimble cat like moves and instincts that Jeter has on that field. NO-BADY.
<quoted text>
I agree with you Jeter is the New York Yankees and has played the SS position as well or better than any player in history. But as far as having cat-like reflexes at SS, Ozzie Smith of the Cardinals ranks up there with Derek in my opinion. Ozzie Guillen on the other hand, you know the self proclaimed legend hahaha, sucked at the position and isn't a hall of famer much less a damn legend.
Lets Play Ball

Tonawanda, NY

#26 Apr 7, 2012
If you had been following the theme, the game I was playing for fun with you, Huevos WAS Hugo Chavez.
That's what I had "BEEN" calling him.
Not refering to anyone's anatomy.

So, iffy ju go back an read what I wrote ju will SEE IT.

And in my world, "Don't Say Nothing" is like saying:
"Don't Call Me Nuthing" when a person calls one ( any adjective, noun ) OR when one says they'll call ( on the phone ) another.

I accept jur apology. An I respect ju for being humble ( well as humble as ju can be. I know ju. So,...). An it was enough.

Because I know ju were sincere.
Ozzie Guillen wrote:
<quoted text>
My Englich teacher say Es suppose to be "don't say anythin"
Ju mad at me but iffy you read what ju write....ju do say somethin about huevos
I just assume ju wanna hook ap wiff a legend like Ozzie Guillen.
I already apologize an dats all I kin do.
Lets Play Ball

Tonawanda, NY

#27 Apr 7, 2012
I don't believe just any player can play SS without those cat like skills. The position demands that. So, though I believe all SS are quick and nimble with cat like instincts ... It's like any other position, either one has the skills demanding of that position, or they don't. And Jeter is still the best to me, IMO.

I guess I am bias towards Jeter after all.:)

Have to make mention of Alex Rodriquez moving from SS to 3rd and what an arm! He also has those cat like instincts. He adjusted. Some say Alex Rodriquez is/was a better SS than Jeter.
All in the opinion of the beholder.
hatchet wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you Jeter is the New York Yankees and has played the SS position as well or better than any player in history. But as far as having cat-like reflexes at SS, Ozzie Smith of the Cardinals ranks up there with Derek in my opinion. Ozzie Guillen on the other hand, you know the self proclaimed legend hahaha, sucked at the position and isn't a hall of famer much less a damn legend.

Since: Mar 09

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#28 Apr 7, 2012
Lets Play Ball wrote:
I don't believe just any player can play SS without those cat like skills. The position demands that. So, though I believe all SS are quick and nimble with cat like instincts ... It's like any other position, either one has the skills demanding of that position, or they don't. And Jeter is still the best to me, IMO.
I guess I am bias towards Jeter after all.:)
Have to make mention of Alex Rodriquez moving from SS to 3rd and what an arm! He also has those cat like instincts. He adjusted. Some say Alex Rodriquez is/was a better SS than Jeter.
All in the opinion of the beholder.
<quoted text>
No question Alex is a great player and I had forgotten he was a SS with a cannon for a arm. But I don't think he was/is better than Jeter.
Lets Play Ball

Tonawanda, NY

#29 Apr 7, 2012
That cannon from 3rd to 1st, Alex fires and very rarely misses his mark. What a straight line trajectory! Cat like instincts.
I hope his recovery will be full. He's had so many injuries.
And no one could ever say that Alex doesn't have immense talent.
But, I'm biased regarding Alex too!:) True Yankee Fan.
hatchet wrote:
<quoted text>No question Alex is a great player and I had forgotten he was a SS with a cannon for a arm. But I don't think he was/is better than Jeter.
Ozzie Guillen

United States

#30 Apr 7, 2012
Lets Play Ball wrote:
If you had been following the theme, the game I was playing for fun with you, Huevos WAS Hugo Chavez.
That's what I had "BEEN" calling him.
Not refering to anyone's anatomy.
So, iffy ju go back an read what I wrote ju will SEE IT.
And in my world, "Don't Say Nothing" is like saying:
"Don't Call Me Nuthing" when a person calls one ( any adjective, noun ) OR when one says they'll call ( on the phone ) another.
I accept jur apology. An I respect ju for being humble ( well as humble as ju can be. I know ju. So,...). An it was enough.
Because I know ju were sincere.
<quoted text>
Thank you. I honestly didn't mean to offend. Sometime, Ozzie just takes over. He's a sumadabich.
I'll leave here now and head over to the Whitney Houston forums and make them mad.
Lets Play Ball

Tonawanda, NY

#31 Apr 7, 2012
That's why I luv ya. You're a fiery teddybear. And, I realize meanings and understanding can get lost in translation.
I also know that I "read" you very well. But, Alas, Ah Men.
You guys just don't read us ( at times ) so well. And don't forget, I also know your intelligence and integrity.

You're Welcome!((( ; )))...!

Have a Happy Sunday, whether you celebrate or not.

I wish you happiness. < And beyond the point that I could ever stay angry at/with you for long >. Because you always come through and do the right thing. And I respect you for that.

Catch up soon ... < Fist Pump > !!!
Ozzie Guillen wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you. I honestly didn't mean to offend. Sometime, Ozzie just takes over. He's a sumadabich.
I'll leave here now and head over to the Whitney Houston forums and make them mad.
hbrewer17

Columbia, IL

#32 Apr 7, 2012
stlfan2 wrote:
Come on Ozzie, give the guy a break. You don't know how it feels to be a Cardinal fan and have this happen. I felt the same way as this guy does. I think that it is all about the money. The players don't care what the fans think. He's right. How much money does one need to live on?
Come on man u have to know it is all about the money. If u were drafted to go play baseball, and u were considered the greatest hitting player in the game u would most definitely sign with the bigger contract. In my honest opinion we can win without him. I mean we r 2-0 right I know it's early in the season, but that's a great way to start off.

Since: Mar 12

Gone Fishing

#34 Apr 19, 2012
Hey I am a Cardinals fan born in STL. Loved Albert but you know my opinion if you are a true fan of a team, then a player leaves wish him well. And lets get back to the team we have. He was an awesome player hate that he left but he is one player he isn't the team. My opinion just saying....

Since: Mar 09

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#35 Apr 20, 2012
ms_SWEETER wrote:
Hey I am a Cardinals fan born in STL. Loved Albert but you know my opinion if you are a true fan of a team, then a player leaves wish him well. And lets get back to the team we have. He was an awesome player hate that he left but he is one player he isn't the team. My opinion just saying....
He's still a awesome player but screw LeBron Pujols. I am a Cardinals fan not a Albert fan.
na

United States

#36 Apr 20, 2012
Pujols will crap out in Cali

Since: Dec 11

Arnold, MO

#38 May 10, 2012
Ozzie Guillen wrote:
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Ju sumadabich! I said dont call him that! Albert Pujols is the greatest player in the last 30 years not using steroids....at least there's no proof. He doesn't NEED $250 million..no one NEEDS $250 million. But, it sure is nice to have.
Lebrone Pujols is in transition. Due to all the vigorous medical examinations he has been through with the Angels to confirm his state of health before okaying his contract. During this time LePujols had to leave his needles and juice in St. Louis for the time being. He might have actually talked himself into believing he could play at that level without the juice. But don't worry, now he realizes that he is not the same player and will be spiking that juice and hitting home runs in no time.

Since: Dec 11

Arnold, MO

#39 May 10, 2012
hatchet wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you Jeter is the New York Yankees and has played the SS position as well or better than any player in history. But as far as having cat-like reflexes at SS, Ozzie Smith of the Cardinals ranks up there with Derek in my opinion. Ozzie Guillen on the other hand, you know the self proclaimed legend hahaha, sucked at the position and isn't a hall of famer much less a damn legend.
I agree. Ozzie Smith was an acrobat out there. Better SS than Jeter, hands down not even close

Since: Mar 12

Gone Fishing

#40 May 10, 2012
numernuh wrote:
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I agree. Ozzie Smith was an acrobat out there. Better SS than Jeter, hands down not even close
He Ozzie Smith was my favorite player and I also Liked Willie McGee until he left and went to the Mets
Ozzie Guillen

Chicago, IL

#41 May 11, 2012
numernuh wrote:
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I agree. Ozzie Smith was an acrobat out there. Better SS than Jeter, hands down not even close

Ozzie Smiff was good, Ozzie Guillen was great. I don wanna be compare to dat sumadabich Jeter.

Since: Mar 09

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#42 May 11, 2012
Ozzie Guillen wrote:
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Ozzie Smiff was good, Ozzie Guillen was great. I don wanna be compare to dat sumadabich Jeter.
Ozzie Smith was great, Ozzie Guillen sucked as a player and a coach.
Lets Play Ball

United States

#43 May 11, 2012
Ozzie Guillen wrote:
<quoted text>
Ozzie Smiff was good, Ozzie Guillen was great. I don wanna be compare to dat sumadabich Jeter.
Ju baster! Ozzie Guillen was a baster! AHaHaaHaaHeee!!

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