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“The Marlins believe Pujols to be older than the 31 he claims to be. It doesn’t matter if the offer is $190?million or $225?million, it is still a breathtaking move for this group, which hates long-term contracts and prefers to work the system with young, cheap talent,” Le Batard writes.
A few common sense details ought to derail the wrong age theory.
First, Pujols attended high school and college in the United States. Last I checked you need valid vitals to attend college. Le Batard went to the University of Miami and already knows this. Not only that, ESPN reported in 2007 Pujols scored perfectly on his citizenship test and became a naturalized U.S. citizen. I’m sure his American drivers license has the right birthday.
I wonder how many University of Miami football players have cheated on a test or pulled some kind of underhanded dealings on the collegiate level just to get a scholarship? Let he who is without sin cast the first stones.
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