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No one ever entered the big leagues with a bigger bang than Albert Pujols, who came out of nowhere in 2001 with just a single minor league season under his belt to crash the game’s elite sluggers party. How amazing is Prince Albert? Consider that even though the brawny Dominican Republic native set rookie records for RBIs and extra-base hits, has racked up Triple Crown-level numbers in each of his first five seasons, and may have won a couple of MVPs already if not for a guy named Bonds, he’s still learning the game. Pujols’ Busch Stadium locker - his first in the big leagues - is obviously a special landmark in Cardinals history, since he may be around for the next twenty years, doing some seriously outrageous things on the field. Ponder a minute what having Stan the Man’s first locker in your den or basement would be worth. ‘Nuff said. The entire locker chassis (91” tall, 31.5” wide) is included, wood mainframe and interior shelves, including a compartment on the top shelf left. Locker will come empty but signed in black Sharpie on the door of the lock box. The nameplate that hung above the locker will be attached to the top frame. Condition of the locker is EX with understandable nicks and dents included will be the chair used by Pujols to relax in during pre- and post-game interludes Chair in similar condition is 32” tall, 27” wide with a red metallic frame and a white cushion with a “Cardnials” logo. (Estimate $2,000 - $3,000)
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