Hamstring tightness sidelines Pujols

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Published: April 25, 2011

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Albert PujolsVeteran Cincinnati Reds third baseman Miguel Cairo’s throw to first after a Albert Pujols’ seventh-inning hit was "late and offline," MLB.com reports, but it didn’t matter because the star slugger had "pulled up." The team’s trainers yanked him from the game, the site reports, due to "mild tightness in his left hamstring."

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has it that Pujols was feeling sore after the game but said "that initial tests on the hamstring were encouraging."

As for if he’ll be ready for when the team takes on the Houston Astros Tuesday, the paper reports that Pujols said Sunday night, "I think it all depends on how I wake up tomorrow. The tests were pretty good. They don’t think it’s too bad. When I wake up tomorrow, I can sense a little more about how I feel. Hopefully it’s not as bad as I feel right now. I’ll be glad we have a day off tomorrow."

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