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    2000 Memphis Redbirds (Triple-A) Team Signed Baseball with Albert Pujols. He's the only player in Major League history to bat .300, knock in over thirty homers and 100-plus runs batted in during each of his first six seasons, leaving little question but that the St. Louis Cardinals slugger is the best batsman in the game today. Presented here is a rare and desirable sphere from El Hombre's last year in the minors, signed after leading his Memphis squad to the AAA World Series. Twenty-two of the boldest blue ink signatures decorate the Official Triple-A World Series horsehide, punctuated by the rare "Jose A. Pujols" signature variant. If he continues on his current path, Pujols could own every slugging record in the book by the time he hangs up his Louisville Slugger. The smart investors will get in on a piece like this now. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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