November 12, 2008

Pujols wins NLBM's highest honor

Albert Pujols has another award to add to his list this 2008 post-season.



The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum has bestowed upon Pujols, their highest annual honor, the Oscar Charleston Legacy Award.



Pujols represents the National League winner. The American League winner was Justin Morneau.



During the 2008 season, according to the Official Web Site of the St. Louis Cardinals, Pujols hit .357 with 37 home runs, tallied 116 RBIs, and scored 100 runs.



Matthew Leach has written a story about this Pujols winning this award, and it can be found at the following link:



Pujols earns NLBM's top annual award
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum deems Cards star best NL player
By Matthew Leach / MLB.com