Photo Story: La Decisión – ARod Counsels Albert Pujols

As Spring Training camps start in warm weather locales across the country, there is no bigger story than the inability of the St. Louis Cardinals and Albert Pujols to agree on a new contract.

Pujols said that his deadline for negotiating a new contract was when he reported to Spring Training. It has also been reported that Pujols is seeking the largest contract in baseball history, something absurd like 10 years, $300 million. Well, the deadline came, the deadline went, and now one of the best hitters in the history of baseball is slated to be a free agent at season’s end.

Alex Rodriguez is the man whose contract record Pujols hopes to break. Earlier this week, away from the cameras and scribbling pencils of the media, the Dominican legends discussed Pujols’ decision to hold out for more money from the Cardinals or become a free agent if they do not up their offer. The media might not have been there, but MSF was.

I think you’ll find the conversation between the two men to be very revealing. Cardinals fans might even find it to be a source of optimism during what I’m sure has been a tough couple of days. With that said, enjoy our latest photo story: La Decisión.

photo story la decision - alex rodriguez counsels albert pujols

If the image above does not load properly, click here to view it in a new window



About Jerod Morris

I love words. I write for Copyblogger and founded MSF, The Assembly Call, & Primility. I practice yoga, eat well, & strive for balance. I love life. Namaste. Say hi on Twitter, Facebook, & G+.


  1. ahahaha

  2. stupid no life

  3. that's awesome – nicely done!

  4. "Albert, whatever you do, do not let your wife feed you popcorn at a Rams game next season."

  5. A-Rod would be hated even if he was making the league minimum – he is a self centered cheater that by all accounts cares more about his image than his team

  6. Did you google those words in Spanish? because the Spanish you used was awful, even by Dominican standards. Or was the butchering of the Spanish language intentional?

    • It was somewhat intentional. I wanted to be somewhat real, but for the most part I was trying to incorporate spanish words/phrases when I thought they would complement the humor, regardless of whether they were correctly used. So that there are mistakes does not surprise me at all.

  7. That is freaking hilarious! Thank you. I'm assuming the negative comments above are from Hankee homers who still wish to give Gay-Rod a reach around.

  8. srosegots says:

    I'm looking forward to Alex being productive again this season.

  9. Great blog here! Also your website loads up very fast!
    What host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to your host?
    I wish my site loaded up as quickly as yours lol

  10. When someone writes an piece of writing
    he/she retains the thought of a user in his/her mind that how
    a user can know it. Thus that’s why this piece of writing is
    great. Thanks!

  11. Great article! That is the type of information that are meant
    to be shared around the web. Disgrace on the search engines for no longer positioning this
    publish upper! Come on over and visit my web site . Thanks =)

  12. 2. Hope to see more of your work soon.


  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Tom Jolly, Jerod Morris, Marcia Herold, Neil Spanton, Neil Spanton and others. Neil Spanton said: RT @JerodMSF: Here is our newest photo story: 'La Decisión' – Alex Rodriguez Counsels Albert Pujols […]

Speak Your Mind