You've got to figure Boston/Fenway, 02115, with Adrian Gonzales freshly minted, and Philadelphia, Citizens Bank Park, 19148, into Ryan Howard for long dollars, are out.
Here are some others that might open the vault:
10451—Yankee Stadium: Mark Texiera may be intent on being buried in a Yankee uniform but that doesn't mean the Bomber Brass won't be drooling over the prospect of bringing the games biggest bat to New York.
Would Pujols consider a $30 million dollar a year DH gig?
90090—Dodger Stadium is actually the only ballpark in the majors with it's own zip code, but that enough won't keep putting fannies in the seats in 2011 as the team figures to struggle mightily to keep up with their pitching rich, arch rival up in San Francisco.
By report, the team continues to be in a tall version of financial disarray under owner Frank McCourt who can't seem to legally separate himself once and for all from wife, Jaime, but even with that ongoing factor in play, one has to wonder how long the often prominent Dodgers can make due as an MLB afterthought.
Pujols in L.A. would make the team the biggest story in baseball if not a perennial contender for postseason duty. Plus he'd be playing for 'Donnie Baseball,' former Yankee first baseman Don Mattingly, one of the games all time technicians.
Would it be possible for Albert Pujols to improve on the mind boggling numbers he's put up over the past decade? Could he propel the Dodgers to World Series greatness?
That's a Hollywood story in waiting if we ever heard one.
92806—Angel Stadium: After a run of dominance in the AL West, the California Angels were beaten back by last years eventual AL Champion Texas Rangers. 2011 figures to bring more of the same and the Angels — who've been drawing well over three million So Cal die hards to the big ballpark these past five or six seasons — may very well find themselves in need of a top attraction, not to mention a major boost to their sagging offense, in 2012 and beyond.
11368—Citi Field: If the Mets don't have a desperate need for Albert Pujols, no team in the Major Leagues does.
The issue is whether or not the Wilpon's can get themselves out from under the ongoing Bernie Madoff mess — which appears unlikely — or if they might be able to change the mind of either Mayor Mike Bloomberg or TV Superstar Jerry Seinfeld, both noted Met fans, and get either to throw in for a cash infusing stake in the team.
94101—AT&T Park: The rest of Major League Baseball can only hope the pitching rich San Francisco Giants don't decide to open the purse-strings to Pujols.
Did anyone say dynasty in the making?
80205—Coors Field: We don't necessarily see Albert Pujols landing in Colorado, but taking sixty seconds to contemplate his potential production in the Mile High environment is certainly worth the price of admission.
60613—Wrigleyville: This landing spot probably makes the most sense for both sides. The Cubs have $40 million or more coming off the books at seasons end, have a need for a marquee presence, and the thought of Pujols in Wrigley is almost too good to be true if the accumulation of mind boggling offensive numbers happens to be your favored criteria for MLB fanaticism.