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Faith, family, community keep Angels' Albert Pujols grounded
Faith, family, community keep Angels' Albert Pujols grounded

After a Sunday morning filled with hitting, fielding, throwing and base-running drills at Albert Pujols' baseball camp, dozens of kids gathered around home plate at Orange High for a brief chat and question-and-answer session with the Angels first baseman. "How do you calm yourself down in pressure situations?" one boy asked the three-time National League most valuable player and likely Hall of Famer. "What was it like to hit your 500th home run?" asked another. "What size bat do you use?" asked another. Then a lad of about 7 grabbed the microphone and asked, "How much money do you make?" "A lot," Pujols said, and the kids, parents...

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