Video Shows What Used to Be Albert Pujols Missouri Mansion
I want to be clear that I'm not stalking Albert Pujols. I was searching for something else and came across a video showing what used to be his St. Louis mansion.
I'll be transparent about how I found this. As I've said at least a billion times before, I am a lifelong St. Louis Cardinals fan. No other. Will be till the day I die. I have been following rumors that Albert will rejoin the Cardinals for the upcoming 2022 season. Multiple sources are saying it's inevitable. I sure hope so.
One of the sources that came up when I was seeking new info on Albert showed his St. Louis mansion when it was originally put up for sale in 2012 when he left St. Louis for the Angels. That story linked to a St. Louis Business Journal article where there were provided footage of Albert's home. The only reason I'm sharing this is he doesn't live there any more and there's no danger of leading people with bad intentions where they would encroach on his property.
The address which is available publicly available says that Albert's former home was located at 102 Grand Meridien Forest in Wildwood, Missouri. If you're not familiar with St. Louis, that's basically the Chesterfield area. Note that the Google Street View shows a guy doing yardwork waving. Funny.
According to Realtor.com, Albert's mansion was a 5-bedroom, 5 1/2 bathroom home with 8,700 square feet of space. That's massive.
To be clear, Albert and his family don't live there anymore so don't even think about a road trip to that address and giving the current home owners a hard time. It's just an interesting thing I found as I daydream about Albert joining Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina for one final grand season together.