Flip Flop Albert Pujols

While hanging out at a local bookstore recently, I discovered an entertaining book that had somehow slipped under my radar. I spent the next half an hour flipping through the pages of Flip Fl0p Fly Ball and enjoying the endless infographics they provide.

The author of that book, Craig Robinson, also likes to blog and share new graphics along the way. It seems that the player on everyone’s mind around Cardinal Nation and Major League Baseball is Albert Pujols.

During the stretch run, there were many moments that were acknowledged as potential last appearances for Pujols, whether it be at Busch Stadium or simply as a Cardinal. Robinson has captured those in a way that is very true to his style and agreed to let i70baseball share it with you here:

Clicking on the graphic below will take you to the original posting on Robinson’s site.

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Bill Ivie is the editor here at I-70 Baseball as well as the Assignment Editor for BaseballDigest.com.
He is the host of I-70 Radio, hosted every week on BlogTalkRadio.com.
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