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I'd expect something arounf 8 years $260m with an opt out that would make it 5/160.
But baseball isn't played in a vacuum; the owner and GM have to also soothe the feelings of the ticket-buying public and it wouldn't be very soothing to trade the best player on a playoff-caliber team
Of course, so far, Pujols is threatening a new low
The Tigers have him through his age 32 season. That's a great time to have a going away party, but if they feel compelled to keep him around they should not go past 8 years at $23M a year (6 years obviously better)
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