Albert Pujols gets Disneyland pass taken away until he hits a home run

ANAHEIM—When the Angels signed slugger Albert Pujols to a $254 million contract in the off season they expected to get the Albert Pujols who has averaged 42 home runs a year. Instead, they have gotten a Pujols who has yet to hit a home run as the season enters May, and as a result, Angels management has revoked his Disneyland pass until Pujols goes yard.

“No Haunted Mansion, no Jungle Cruise, no Space Mountain, no Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, not even the Tea Cups until he hits a home run,” manager Mike Scioscia sternly said. “Having a Disneyland Premium Annual Passport is not a right, it’s a privilege, and Albert has lost that privilege until he can learn to balance hitting for power and having unlimited access to the most magical place on Earth.”

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