The storybook ending to the illustrious MLB career of Albert Pujols was cemented with yet another award Tuesday, as it was revealed that Pujols has been named National League Comeback Player of the Year by Major League Baseball.
The magical second-half run for Pujols included 18 home runs and an incredible 1.103 OPS following the All-Star Game festivities that saw Pujols rejuvenated by a memorable showing in the Home Run Derby at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Pujols finished the season with an .895 OPS, his best mark since 2011, the final year of his initial run with the Cardinals. Pujols also slugged 24 home runs to end his career with 703 homers, becoming the fourth player in MLB history to reach the distinguished plateau of 700 home runs.
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