Can MLB legend go out on top in final postseason?

Albert Pujols exits the I-64 at exit 40 toward 6th Street and drives into the players' parking area at Busch Stadium in his black Rolls Royce Phantom.

Pujols doesn't pass Clark and  8th Street, where tens of thousands of St. Louis Cardinals fans congregate for each game.

Fans can pay respect to eight statues of legendary Cardinals players here.

Ted Simmons, Ozzie Smith, Enos Slaughter, Dizzy Dean, Rogers Hornsby, Red Schoendienst, Lou Brock, Bob Gibson, and Dizzy Dean.

More statues could be placed on the walkway; perhaps one of  them would be just as towering and imposing as Musial.

To be honest, I don't really think about that much," Pujols says.

Maybe if I drove by the sculptures every day, but as I enter the garage, I rarely notice them.

Pujols looks in that direction  for a moment, allowing himself  to see it, and then he stops.

He murmurs, "I don't want to stare into the future. "I simply let it occur. I'll watch for my chance to act.

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