‘Next Hall of Fame’ – teary-eyed Albert Pujols melts the MLB world with Yadier Molina after a bitter end to his 22-year career

Major League Baseball is in its most exciting phase right now. After a few hiatus at the start of the season, the 2022 regular season is finally over. And now, after last night’s defeat, MLB legends Albert Pujols and Yadir Molina bid farewell to the bout.

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Notably, the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in consecutive games in the Wild Card Series and knocked out the Cardinals from the postseason. With that, Pujols and Molina also played their last MLB game.

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MLB fans have praised Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina for their legendary career

When the 2022 regular season began, the Cardinals weren’t the favorites to play in the post-season or win their league and fans didn’t expect Pujols to be raging and hitting the 700s at home. But here we are.

And now, when the Velez knocked out the Cardinals on Saturday, MLB fans united to say goodbye Albert Pujols And the Molina runs. Notably, the two have entertained MLB fans for nearly two decades.

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Taking to Twitter, one Brewers fan said they would have loved to have seen Pujols and Molina at another game. Another fan even predicted that Pujols’ next stop would be in Cooperstown.

Another MLB fan paid his respects to both legends by turning his hat. On the other hand, a loyal fan criticized the Cardinals for making them over 40 to take on their crime.

Many other fans said goodbye to Albert Pujols and Molina for their legendary career.

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Can Velez stun the title holder?

Philadelphia Phillies are in hot red form. No doubt about it. Their journey to qualify for the post-season and then beat the Cardinals in back-to-back games cannot go unnoticed. However, they will now play against the Atlanta Braves, who have one of the most balanced teams in the entire MLB.

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Velez’s strength is their crime. With Kyle Schwarber and Bryce Harper, the East Side of NL has two of the best hitters in the game. But given that they have the brave Kyle Wright and Max Fried off the hill, the Phillies have a real challenge ahead.

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