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Marlins offer Pujols $200 million deal: report

St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Pujols reacts on the field after the Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers to win MLB's World Series baseba
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Pujols reacts on the field after the Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers to win MLB's World Series baseba

(Reuters) - The Miami Marlins have offered free agent Albert Pujols a monster ten year deal worth more than $200 million, Major League Baseball's MLB.com reported on Tuesday.

First baseman Pujols, who was a key part of the St. Louis Cardinals team that won the World Series, was also offered a nine year deal, reportedly worth $195 million, to remain with the Cardinals.

Pujols, who turns 32 in January, is the biggest name in the free agent market - a nine-times All Star, two times World Series champion and three-times National League MVP.

The report said Marlins officials, currently in Dallas for the league's winter meetings, held a 75 minute meeting with Pujols' agent Dan Lozano following talks on Monday.

The traditionally low-budget Marlins are spending big this off-season as they look to assemble a top roster for new manager Ozzie Guillen who will lead the team in their first season at their new downtown Miami ballpark.

On Monday, the Marlins reached an agreement on a six-year deal with former New York Mets All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes and they also officially announced the signing of a three year deal with All-Star reliever Heath Bell.

(Written by Simon Evans in Miami; Editing by Julian Linden)

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