Albert Pujols
40-Year-Old First Baseman1B
Los Angeles Angels
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Would you believe the Angels still have two more years of salary on the books due to Pujols? Last year marked the third consecutive season in which Pujols was a below-average offensive producer relative to his position. He does enjoy hitting in a lineup where Mike Trout is setting the table, hence the 93 RBI last season. Slow does not begin to describe Pujols as he has not scored more than 55 runs since 2016. He is firmly entrenched in the compiler phase of his career as he can still drive in runs if placed in the right spot of the lineup. The problem is, one-category players are tough to roster, especially when that best category is completely contingent upon manager discretion on where to hit the ancient slugger. Joe Maddon may decide to hit Pujols further down in the order; if he is not hitting in the 3-5 spots coming out of spring training, you cannot roster him. Read Past Outlooks
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