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Pujols or Trout

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Poo holes

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Poo up the arsehole

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Trout by a mile.

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Not sure if this is card in-game? Or players in real life.

Assuming it is the actual players, since they dont play the same position and I am guessing you arent asking to try and decide between the 2 since we have no other knowledge of what you have. I would have to go with Trout as overall the best player. But when it comes to just pure hitting Pujols no doubt put up numbers I dont think Trout will ever come close to. Of course it has been 10 years since then tough.

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Stick it in her puljos

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Sorry. I’ll expand.
I’m asking for the 10th inning choice pack (as it may be a little while until I get that far into the 11th).

IRL-agreed, Trout by a mile.

Thanks for the responses so far. Keep them coming!

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It's a hard one and I have played well with both. Right now I would have to go Albert

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Pujols for sure he’s a monster, I can’t believe y’all actually said trout is a better player irl too though! Albert was one of the greatest to play the game, granted Trout may get words like that also, Pujols’ stats absolutely dominate anything that silly little Mike Trout has put up.

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Pujols wasn’t a very strong runner or defender.
Talking better baseball player, Trout. Better hitter, Pujols.
I think we can all agree on those, right?

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@Chandaman625 said in Quick Survey:

Pujols for sure he’s a monster, I can’t believe y’all actually said trout is a better player irl too though! Albert was one of the greatest to play the game, granted Trout may get words like that also, Pujols’ stats absolutely dominate anything that silly little Mike Trout has put up.

What? Their numbers through their first 5 seasons are almost identical. Not even close?

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@BIGHOOV2713 said in Quick Survey:

Sorry. I’ll expand.
I’m asking for the 10th inning choice pack (as it may be a little while until I get that far into the 11th).

IRL-agreed, Trout by a mile.

Thanks for the responses so far. Keep them coming!

I like to use trout. Once you can get the hang of his swing, (which I never could with pujols) it's one of those ones with good pop and a base hit machine. I use him in left with zero problems, plus his speed is dangerous.

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Pujols, is a great bench bat and I can squeeze him some AB's at 1B or 3B
Outfield is way too crowded with many great choices. I have Trout and he's probably my 8th OF on my team's depth chart....
Mays, Cobb, Griffey Jr., Bellinger, Dawson, Ichiro, Gwynn, will play before Trout

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@jjar1125z said in Quick Survey:

Pujols, is a great bench bat and I can squeeze him some AB's at 1B or 3B
Outfield is way too crowded with many great choices. I have Trout and he's probably my 8th OF on my team's depth chart....
Mays, Cobb, Griffey Jr., Bellinger, Dawson, Ichiro, Gwynn, will play before Trout

That’s what I was thinking actually. Hit a recent slump with Frank and looking for another option for platooning with Brett at 3B. I have Snider, Mays and Ichiro (ATM) but also have Gwynn and Yelich and Acuña and Marte and Braun etc etc. I will eventually get both but was wondering which would help me the most now.

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@Chandaman625 said in Quick Survey:

Pujols for sure he’s a monster, I can’t believe y’all actually said trout is a better player irl too though! Albert was one of the greatest to play the game, granted Trout may get words like that also, Pujols’ stats absolutely dominate anything that silly little Mike Trout has put up.

In real like Trout is better than Puljos. There is nothing trout can't do on a baseball field his biggest flaw is he struggles catching up to high fastballs. Puljos can't field or run like Trout. Plus when there careers are done trout will have passed Puljos in just about every single offensive statistic.

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@Red-15-Machine said in Quick Survey:

@Chandaman625 said in Quick Survey:

Pujols for sure he’s a monster, I can’t believe y’all actually said trout is a better player irl too though! Albert was one of the greatest to play the game, granted Trout may get words like that also, Pujols’ stats absolutely dominate anything that silly little Mike Trout has put up.

What? Their numbers through their first 5 seasons are almost identical. Not even close?

Almost identical? Trout has played 9 years and he's put up 2 100+ RBI seasons, Albert had 100+ RBI’s in each of his first 10 seasons. Trout had 138 homers in his first 5 seasons, Albert put up 201 in his first 5 seasons. Even add in the next season for trout since his first year wasn't full and he's only at 167 homers in 5.5 seasons. At this point in Albert’s career (9 seasons) he was at like 364 homers to Trout’s 285. Albert put up 35+ doubles and 30+ homers in each of his first 5 seasons, Trout has only done that 1 time in his whole career. In his first 5 seasons Albert’s lowest hit total for a season was 185 next lowest was 194, in his third year in the league he had 212 hits. Trout has only had over 185 hits in a season once in his career. 4 of Albert’s first 5 seasons his ops was over 1.000, Trout has only had 3 seasons with an ops over 1.000 and they were these last 3 years, he had 0 in his first 5 seasons. 9 years into his career Albert had 3 MVP’s also with a Gold glove and a world series ring. Albert had a batting average over .300 in each of his first 10 seasons, Trout has only had a ba over .300 5 times in 9 seasons. Not to mention, Pujols has never struck out over 93 times in one season, Trout has struck out 120+ times in a season in 7 of his 9 years with his other two seasons being a 90 strikeout year and 30 strikeouts in 40 games his first season in the bigs. Which one of these stats is close? Albert was a one of a kind player and the only reason his career stats are even close to being able to be caught is because of his knee giving out and making it tough on him but I still don't think Trout will ever pass Albert in hits, doubles, home runs, or RBI’s.

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@chokeman28 said in Quick Survey:

@Chandaman625 said in Quick Survey:

Pujols for sure he’s a monster, I can’t believe y’all actually said trout is a better player irl too though! Albert was one of the greatest to play the game, granted Trout may get words like that also, Pujols’ stats absolutely dominate anything that silly little Mike Trout has put up.

In real like Trout is better than Puljos. There is nothing trout can't do on a baseball field his biggest flaw is he struggles catching up to high fastballs. Puljos can't field or run like Trout. Plus when there careers are done trout will have passed Puljos in just about every single offensive statistic.
That's not true if you look at projections Trout isn't even close to passing Albert in many things, unless he plays for like 25 years and can still hit as good as he does now. He'd have to average 37 homers a year for the next decade to catch him in homers and he's only hit 37+ homers in 3 of his first 9 years. To catch him in RBi’s you're talking about needing 132+ a season for the next decade and his career high for a year is only 111. Pujols only had under 111 RBI’s once in his first 10 years in the league. He won't pass Albert in almost any stat other than walks, runs, and having more strikeouts because he's less than 200 career strikeouts behind pujols and Albert has played 10 more seasons haha. Pujols is one of only 3 men with 2000+RBI’s, he was one of the greatest pure hitters of all time, and don't forget he got a couple of gold gloves which Trout hasn't done yet so don't say his fielding wasn't good. He's one of the greatest and Trout is great also but he's overrated because there's not currently enough legendary players in their prime.

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