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Former St. Louis Cardinal Albert Pujols blasted 37 long balls last season at the 27th-ranked stadium for home runs. Now with the Los Angeles Angels, he'll have a slightly easier time at 25th-ranked Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
His power has declined over the last three years, but age isn't too much of a concern as Pujols is still only 32 years old.
The biggest issue this year may be his supporting cast.
Last year Pujols hit in front of Matt Holliday and Lance Berkman. This year, he sits third in the order, likely before Kendry Morales and Torii Hunter. The combination is a lot less daunting.
It's undetermined at this point how the switch from the NL to the AL will affect Pujols. On the one hand, he'll need time to figure out the pitching. On the other, he has such a superior eye it shouldn't take long.
The more hitter-friendly stadium combines with the less fearsome lineup to even out for Pujols.
HR Total = 37