Baseball's most feared slugger has a new home. Star first baseman Albert Pujols has signed a monster 10-year, $250 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The deal has taken the sports world by surprise. Perhaps no one was caught quite so off guard as Pujols' old team, the world champion St. Louis Cardinals, where the three-time MVP spent more than a decade. New York Times sports columnist  George Vecsey talks more about the player's move to California.

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