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LA Times: Angels' Albert Pujols aggravates foot injury, could land on DL

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Angels slugger Albert Pujols, who has suffered with plantar fasciitis, returns to Southern California to undergo an MRI exam and have his left foot examined by a doctor.

OAKLAND — Albert Pujols aggravated the left foot injury that has hobbled him all season on a ninth-inning, two-run single Friday night and returned to Southern California on Saturday to undergo an MRI test and be examined by a doctor, a setback that could send the slugger to the disabled list.QOThqAkHPEo

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I predict the team will play much better and more inspired baseball without Albert Pujols. Yes it's to late to make a playoff run but we will see more hustle and effort moving forward from the youngsters. If he hits the DL I hope he stays home to heal rather than hang around the dugout. I want to see Trout take over and lead this team the rest of the way.

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Kudos to Albert for playing through pain to try to help his team win (especially when some players DON'T for much less injuries/illnesses), but continuing is only going to hurt the team and his effectiveness the rest of his career. Time to heal.

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The latest I could find on Pujols Watch 2013:


Albert Pujols (foot) will likely be placed on the 15-day disabled list on Sunday.
Pujols has been dealing with plantar fasciitis for much of the season and returned to Anaheim on Saturday for an MRI. His options are likely to rest it and hope it gets better or undergo surgery, neither of which is a quick fix. It could be a lengthy stay on the DL for the 33-year-old. Jul 27 - 10:08 PM
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