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The Power To Believe
JOE POSNANSKI
March 16, 2009
Albert Pujols is the Best Player in Baseball, and he understands the curse that comes with that title. But the Cardinals' slugger has this message for you: He won't let you down
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March 16, 2009

The Power To Believe

Albert Pujols is the Best Player in Baseball, and he understands the curse that comes with that title. But the Cardinals' slugger has this message for you: He won't let you down

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KRAMER: It's about a little boy in a hospital. I was wondering if you could do something to lift his spirits.

PAUL O'NEILL: Sure, I could help you there.

KRAMER: Sure, well, I promised you would hit him two home runs.

O'NEILL: Say what?

KRAMER: You know. A couple of dingers.

O'NEILL: You promised a kid in the hospital that I would hit two home runs?

KRAMER: Yeah. Well, no good?

O'NEILL: Yeah, that's no good. It's terrible. You don't hit home runs like that. It's hard to hit home runs. And where the heck did you get two from?

KRAMER: Two is better than one.

—scene from Seinfeld

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