In a move that came more out of left field than you’d ever expect, the Dodgers have reportedly reached an agreement with three-time National League MVP Albert Pujols. We break down the signing and discuss how LA may use the future Hall of Famer.
With the loss of AJ Pollock to the injured list and LA’s struggles against left-handed pitching, the Pujols move makes sense on paper. Despite his age, the future Hall of Famer still posted a .878 OPS vs lefties in 13 games this year. Over his career, that number jumps to .946.
— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) May 15, 2021
Considering the lackluster effort coming off the bench for the boys in blue, taking a flier on an all-time great player literally could not hurt.
Where do you stand on the move?
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