Originally Posted by broncocalijohn
So you are saying he isnt in his prime still? Whoa Nelly!
I'm saying he hasn't produced the numbers the last 2 years that he normally puts up.
I'm not saying he's past his prime quite yet, but he's not the playing at the level he was 3 or 4 years ago.
That said, an Albert Pujols slightly below his prime is still capable of batting .300 and hitting 30 dongs with 100+ RBIs.
A lot of people question if Pujols is really 32 years old, as many Latin players have been known to fudge their age to make them more appealing prospects.
I'll give him the benefit of the doubt about that, as I don't know one way or the other.