Who has the better chance of living up to his new contract?
ALBERT PUJOLS ANGELS 1B 48.7%
PRINCE FIELDER TIGERS 1B 48.6%
1.5% voted for both; 1.2% for neither.... Pujols, who was 31 when he signed his 10-year, $240 million deal, received one more vote than Fielder (nine years, $214 million), though among pitchers the three-time NL MVP held a 54%--45% edge (with Fielder's chances being seen as more favorable by nonpitchers by nearly the same margin) .... Through Sunday the 27-year-old Fielder was almost living up to his price tag, batting .309 with three home runs and an .832 OPS, while Pujols (.216, .561 OPS and no homers) was off to his worst start over 22 games.
BASED ON 273 MLB PLAYERS WHO RESPONDED TO SI'S SURVEY