There's nothing better than finding a pair of favorite sweatpants with a perfect fit.
Albert Pujols needs that. He's done all the Cardinals have asked and exceeded all expectations. In my eyes, I believe he deserves $30 million a season.
Look at what Alex Rodriguez does, and look at what Pujols does.
(Note: Rodriguez's stats are from 2001-2010 because Pujols entered the league in 2001)
-Batting Average: Rodriguez: .299; Pujols: .331
-Home Runs: Rodriguez: 424 ;Pujols: 404 (although Pujols is down by 20, Rodriguez was already established in this league as a big power hitter )
-Slugging Percentage: Rodriguez: .575; Pujols: .624 (that's a difference of 49 points!!!)
The Cardinals and the nine-time All-Star will likely part ways this season, but where will he go?
Now, this article isn't about rumors or what's going on now, it's just my analysis of where he would fit very well.