KERBER: Albert & Diedre Pujols Naive? Probably, But Enough Is EnoughOne thing is very clear, listening to Diedre’s response to the criticism they are receiving (and as she said, “My words are his words”) both she and Albert were ill prepared for the ramifications of their decision to leave and both were tremendously naïve as to what it would mean in terms of image, reputation, and other factors.
WARMANN: The DecisionAs far as the Cardinals are concerned there is no way they could have legitimately paid that kind of money to Pujols and tried to have a competitive team.
Angels, Cubs Not Done With PujolsThe Angels did not become part of the Albert Pujols rumors until late Tuesday evening when a fourth team was rumored to enter the mix.
Reports: Marlins Out of the Running for PujolsWhile learning the Miami Marlins are no longer involved in the Pujols negotiations may lead some to assume the Cardinals are now the clear-cut favorite, that is not true just yet.
Wednesday Could be the Day for PujolsThe Marlins were looking to get a decision out of Pujols by the end of Tuesday, but that deadline has come and gone.
Cardinals, Bidders Wait for Pujols DecisionThe only indication from the Redbirds is they made modifications to the deal that was rejected last February before Spring Training.
Cardinals Make Their Offer to PujolsWith pressure being put on by the Miami Marlins over the past two days, the Redbirds quickly made their move on Tuesday in an effort to resign the three-time NL MVP. The terms of the offer were not released.
Marlins Offer 10-Yr, $200M-PlusMarlins president David Samson was reported saying on Tuesday afternoon that the club's 10-year offer to first baseman Albert Pujols does not include a no-trade clause.
Cardinals Last to Meet with LozanoCardinals management would like to wrap up a deal with Pujols by the end of the Winter Meetings.
The Sports Hub: Dan Lozano, Kent Somer, John AndersonJoin KMOX on this Thanksgiving Eve for The Sports Hub, with Mike Claiborne and Maurice Drummond. The St. Louis Blues topped the Penguins in a hard-fought win. Alex Pietrangelo scored the game winner in overtime, giving the Blues a 3-2 win against a very tough Pittsburgh team. Everyone in Cardinal Nation is wondering what is going on with the progress of Albert Pujols' contract. Could it be the label of Albert's agent, Dan Lozano, of being a "sleaze" that is holding him down from inking a contract? Later in the show, Arizona Republic Cardinals' reporter, Kent Somers, joins the program to chime in on the broken season for the Arizona Cardinals. Mizzou Alum and current ESPN Sportscenter anchor, John Anderson, talks to Mike and Maurice about the Mizzoue Tigers. From everyone here at KMOX, we wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!
Cardinals: Rumor is FalseA Cardinals spokesman has told KMOX Radio that a rumor started earlier Tuesday.
Cardinals Expected To Begin Pujols Talks SoonThe Marlins deal that was offered late last week is believed to be for 9 years. The Cardinals made a similar offer to Pujols before Spring Training.
KERBER- Pujols Drops A Notch On Good Faith MeterThe moment Albert and his agent talked to Nightengale, they opened the door. Albert can no longer hide behind the distraction excuse or anything he said at spring training. It’s his own fault that this should become an open topic in every media scrum from here on out. If he wants to duck it, he never should have stoked the fire. They put it back on the table.
Pujols Contract Talks End Before DeadlinePujols' agent, Dan Lozano: "A difference in determining Albert's value could not be resolved".
Reports Keep Swirling in Pujols SituationIt was only a week ago when there was not a peep from either the Cardinals or Pujols' side.