The Miami Marlins have made their ‘final offer’ to Albert Pujols joining the St. Louis Cardinals who have also offered the first baseman $200 million over 10 years.
The three-time MVP is reportedly in the middle of deciding between three teams that have offered 10-year contracts worth more than $200 million, according to USA Today.
The Miami Marlins were the first to offer him a contract earlier in the day, before being followed by the St. Louis Cardinals and a third team that is unknown.
The Chicago Cubs also tendered an offer for a term that is shorter than a decade.
FOX Sports reported that the Los Angeles Angels were pursuing Pujols.
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Source: Fox News