It’s been a historic year for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Commentator Greg Amsinger predicted in April that Albert Pujols would hit his 700th homer in Los Angeles on a Friday night in September.
This commentator predicted Albert Pujols would hit No. 700 tonight … back in APRIL @BRWalkoff
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 24, 2022
Pujols played for years in St. Louis with MLB’s longest starters as a battery with 325 starts and counting. This has been a historic year for the Cardinals.
Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina set the record for most starts as a battery pic.twitter.com/RQxWS9qpII
— Baseball Bros (@BaseballBros) September 15, 2022
These longtime teammates have had a lot of fun.
Everybody always asks, “What’s it like to play with Albert and Yadi? Are they just the best?” My answer… “yeah, it’s great! Especially when they’re playing and not in the dugout scheming! For 17 years, if Yadi isn’t playing, he’s going to pour water down my pants. #playmore pic.twitter.com/4oWyvJTJPD
— Adam Wainwright (@UncleCharlie50) September 23, 2022
These men are more than just baseball players.
NOW JENNA FISCHER IS NARRATING A TRIBUTE FOR YADIER MOLINA, ADAM WAINWRIGHT, AND ALBERT PUJOLS
There’s something magical about this #STLCards team. pic.twitter.com/TxrXmbqBsj
— MLB Deadline News (@MLBDeadlineNews) September 19, 2022
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