Have you ever seen a professional athlete morph from silent slugger to whiny little bitch faster than Albert Pujols has?

First, Pujols criticized Mets Pitcher Tom Glavine after the ace shut down Pujols and the Cards in this year’s NLCS game 1.

“He wasn’t good. He wasn’t good at all,” Pujols said of Glavine, who threw seven innings of four-hit ball for the victory.

Then he criticized the scout who discovered him, saying the reason the Cardinals fired him was because he never believed in Pujols.

Now Pujols is whining that he should have won the NL MVP instead of Phillies 1B Ryan Howard.

“I see it this way: Someone who doesn’t take his team to the playoffs doesn’t deserve to win the MVP,” Pujols said in Spanish at a news conference organized by the Dominican Republic’s sports ministry.

Howard’s Phillies finished in second place in the NL East, way behind the Mets, and just barely missed out on the NL wild card. Pujols’ Cardinals won the NL Central and went on to win the World Series. Which is not to say that the Cardinals were very good during the regular season. In fact, the Phils won two more games than the Cards this year. Meanwhile, once he got his team to the playoffs, Pujols preceeded to fall off the face of the earth, going hitting only .200 in the World Series (3 for 15). Way to go, MVP.


5 Responses to “Pujols should shut the hell up”

  1. The more complicated the drug program, the less predictable the side effects. This guy was not considered much of a prospect in the minors – until he dropped all of his body fat, increased his bat speed and started to look like a comic book hero. Nagging tendon problems… hmmm?

  2. Unfortunately I might have to agree with you Coley – Pujols needs to shut the hell up before he makes it impossible for people to like him.

    Stock down my friend.

  3. http://www.riverfronttimes.com/blogs/?p=97

    this is how the interview really went down…Albert was asked a couple questions and he answered

    read that link before you say anything bad about the guy

  4. Dude. Who are bloggers to tell anyone to shut up?

    peace love gap,

    Johnny Hatchett

  5. Fernando Vina says:

    Look, I played with pujols and I know what kind of a guy he is. He’s cooler than you blogging no- life retards. Fuck you.

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