We have an update on the Los Angeles Angels pitchers Albert Pujols who is making great progress the Angels opening day game.
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Albert Pujols announced Thursday morning that he’s “It’s feeling good,” and that he’s feels like he’s been “progressing.”
When he was asked about playing in the upcoming Cactus League game, Pujols had this to say:
“I’ll let you know when that time comes. You’ll see me in the lineup. I’m just trying to progress every day, one day at a time.”
Although, Pujols feels like he’s about on the same schedule as he was when he was rehabbing from surgery last spring. Is that a good thing or bad?
Here is what General manager Billy Eppler said about Albert Pujols progressing:
“I use the marathon analogy a lot. Every marker and every mile in this race, his time is right. He’s making his times. Let him keep running the race.”
Let’s not forget that Pujols is still recovering from foot surgery which we previously reported on. The Angels pitcher/slugger has now been doing all defensive drills and running sprints on the field.
LatinoAthlete.com will keep you posted if Pujols progress will be on target for opening day.