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SBD/April 11, 2011/Sports in Society
CBS' "60 Minutes" Profiles Albert Pujols' Charitable Endeavors
Published April 11, 2011
SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS: In St. Louis, Bernie Miklasz writes the report "didn't cover much new ground for serious Cardinals fans familiar with Pujols' benevolence." But he adds, "It was nice to see him receive overdue national attention for his charitable deeds. ... In TMZ America, the creeps and the phonies receive a disproportionate amount of publicity, so it's pleasing to see a guy like Pujols cast in a positive light. The good guys should be commended for trying to do the right thing" (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 4/11).