Albert Pujols Joins MLB As Special Assistant To Commissioner


MLB has officially announced future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols has joined Major League Baseball as a special assistant to Commissioner Rob Manfred. Pujols, who retired from baseball at the end of the 2021 season, will work with Manfred on a variety of initiatives, including youth baseball development, marketing, and community relations.

"I am thrilled to join Major League Baseball in this new role, I have always been passionate about baseball and I am excited to work with Commissioner Manfred and the other members of his staff to help grow the game and make it even more enjoyable for fans of all ages." - Albert Pujols

Pujols' addition to MLB's staff is a sign of the league's commitment to growing the game. Pujols is a global icon and his presence will help to attract new fans to baseball. He is also a role model for young players and his work with MLB will help to ensure that the game continues to thrive for years to come. 


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