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Ten years and $30 million a season for one player seems preposterous. But this is Albert Pujols we're talking about, the man whose first ten seasons, bar none, have been the best in history. And it would only be $25 million more than the contract the Yankees gave A-Rod. But the Cardinals don't have unlimited stores of money, nor does Pujols have unlimited patience when he knows he's the most desirable player in the game. Amazingly, the biggest move of the offseason may prove to be a lack of movement toward a contractual extension. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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