In 123 plate appearances for May, Pujols hit .263/.309/.491 with eight homers and 24 RBI. With those April numbers dragging him down, his numbers for the season still don't look impressive overall. But whatever was wrong with Pujols' swing and timing appears to have been smoothed out now.
So why risk knocking him off balance again? Why give Pujols something else to contend with mentally as he appears to be regaining his focus at the plate? Why play him at third base during interleague play, as the Los Angeles Angels plan to do this upcoming weekend when the team visits the Colorado Rockies?
According to the Los Angeles Times' Mike DiGiovanna, the idea is to keep Kendry Morales' bat in the lineup by playing him at first base, ...
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