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  • I don't know why people say I'm not supposed to be doing what I'm doing. I'm just trying to do my job. I'm blessed, and I'm glad that I'm blessed.

  • It doesn't matter if I hit a home run. It doesn't matter if we win a game. It doesn't matter if I go four for four. Whatever happens at the end of the day, as long as I glorify His name, that's what it's all about.

  • If it weren't for Jesus, I would not be where I am today and my life would be without purpose. I've heard kids say they want to be just like me when they grow up. They should know I want to be just like Jesus.

  • A lot of people said I could be a good player. I just wanted the opportunity to show it. I just let it happen.

  • I play to represent God, something bigger than baseball.

  • If they don't know the Lord, I encourage them to search for and open their hearts and their eyes. If something happens to me tomorrow, I'm going to go to heaven and that's for sure because God's promised to us in the Bible. I want to make sure that those people out there feel the same. At the end of the day as long as I glorify him and those 45,000 people know who I represent out there every time I step out on the field, that's what it's about. It's about representing God.

  • I try to spend as much time as possible with God and my family. That's more important than anything I'm doing in baseball.

  • I'm a teammate guy, so whatever I can do to help my team to win like I have the past two years, that's what I want to do. If it takes for me to play first base, third base, right field, I just want to win the game.

  • There is no time to fool around when you practice. Every drill must have a purpose. I try to never get away from thathabits are important

  • You know your talent. You know if you work hard, your hard work is going to pay off one day.

  • I don't want to be too stiff, because then my hands won't be as quick.

  • I don't play for records.

  • Baseball is simply my platform to elevate Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior.

  • There's three things that as a professional athlete you want. You want to get to the big leagues, and I accomplished that. Winning a World Series ring, I got that. And then getting to the Hall of Fame. That's everybody's dream. Every athlete, they want to be up there in the Hall of Fame, mentioned with the greatest players to ever play this game.

  • I'm a really smart player. If you tell me something, I get it quickly. If there is something wrong with my hitting, tell me what's wrong and I'll pick it up right away. That's the best thing I have going for me, my ability to listen to a coach and fix what I'm doing wrong.

  • In my heart and mind, I know I can hit anybody. I'm always relaxed. It's hard to explain. It's like playing with my kids. It feels natural.

  • I believe it is my responsibility to do what I can for children and people with Down syndrome as well as in my native Dominican Republic.

  • Preparation is very important. The pitcher is going to do his job and prepare for you so you as a hitter must do the same. I always watch videotape of pitchers before the game and even sometimes during.

    Interview with Jon Robinson, May 19, 2006.
  • I'm going to be prayerful about it. Whatever decision I make hopefully is the best decision I can make for my family and the fans and everybody.

  • People ask me if I believe how quickly my career has taken off. I just tell them that Jesus Christ is my strength. God has blessed me and I will continue to do my best for him. That is more important than anything I could ever do in baseball.

  • I trust that I can hit a fastball, that I can hit any pitch they throw to me.

  • I consider myself a line drive hitter with power. I just try to put my best swing on the ball every time.

    Interview with Jon Robinson, May 19, 2006.
  • People from other teams want to play in St. Louis and they're jealous that we're in St. Louis because the fans are unbelievable. So why would you want to leave a place like St. Louis to go somewhere else and make $3 or $4 more million a year? It's not about the money. I already got my money. It's about winning and that's it. It's about accomplishing my goal and my goal is to try to win. If this organization shifts the other way then I have to go the other way.

  • I have five young children, and I take being a role model very seriously.

  • I thought about it a lot (losing the 2002 NLCS). It's something you have to go home and wrap it up because if you keep thinking about it, you're going to take that to Spring Training and you're not going to be able to concentrate on your work.

  • It doesn't matter the numbers, it doesn't matter the records, it doesn't matter the money that you make. What matters is to raise that trophy and to be able to bring that smile to the city of St. Louis.

  • To me playing third base and left field and moving all over the place, it doesn't bother me because I still have to grab that bat and hit no matter where I play.

  • I hope by the time that I'm done in this game, I can have half the numbers Stan Musial had in his career.

  • When you get a walk-off homer, you get to do whatever you want. You need to be excited about it. You don't get too many of those, so you need to enjoy them when they come.

  • What I lose today I can't make up tomorrow. I have to do it today.

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    Albert Pujols

    • Born: January 16, 1980
    • Occupation: Baseball player