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Albert Pujols Game Used and Autographed St. Louis Cardinals Items

Albert Pujols MLB Tristar Authenticated Autographed Game Used 2004 NLCS Game 6 Baseball

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Albert Pujols MLB Tristar Authenticated Autographed Game Used 2004 NLCS Game 6 Baseball
A Game used autographed baseball authenticated by MLB.com MR262653. Hologram number MR262653 was located in the MLB Authentication Database under BALLS. Session Product Description: GAME USED BASEBALLS Session Name: 2004 NLCS - ASTROS @ CARDINALS - GAME 6 Session Date: October 20, 2004 Autographer: Authenticator: AUTHENTICATORS, INC. Additional Information: NLCS GAME 6 CARDINALS VS. ASTROS GAME USED BASEBALLS 10/20/2004 Session Name: ALBERT PUJOLS SIGNING- 6/3/05 Session Date: June 03, 2005 Autographer: ALBERT PUJOLS Authenticator: AUTHENTICATORS, INC. 2004 Game Used Baseball TriStar Authentics #5029506 authenticated also states this ball has been personally autographed by Albert Pujols on 6/3/05 at a Private Signing in Houston, TX. Additional Information: NLCS Gm 6 5029506. Returning to St. Louis, Matt Morris started Game 6 for the Cardinals, as did Pete Munro for the Astros. The scoring began with Carlos Beltrán coming home in the top of the first off of a sacrifice fly. The Cardinals responded in the bottom of the first with a two-run homer by the red-hot Albert Pujols. In the third, Jeff Bagwell hit a double for Astros, bringing Carlos Beltrán back home and putting another one for the Astros. Again, the Cardinals responded when Edgar Rentería hit a single scoring Albert Pujols and Scott Rolen. In the top of the ninth inning, two outs from losing, Bagwell hit a miracle single, scoring the tying run in Morgan Ensberg. The game went into extra innings, but the Astros' good fortune turned sour when Jim Edmonds, who hit 42 home runs in the regular season, hit a walk-off homer in the bottom of the twelfth, sending the series to a Game 7 showdown. The Cardinals beat Houston 6-4 in St. Louis.
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