http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...um=referral&utm_campaign=programming-national "Many players would be thrilled to be compared to Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout right now, but that comparison doesn't go over well for the phenom's teammate, Albert Pujols. This spring, someone asked Pujols, "Are you motivated to put up the same numbers as Mike Trout?" In other words, is a future Hall of Famer motivated by a player entering his third full season? The first baseman talked about his disbelief over the question, via USA TODAY's Bob Nightengale: Can you imagine someone saying that to me? I felt like saying, 'Come on, are you serious? Are you really asking me that? Check out my numbers. I know what Mike Trout has done in his first two years is pretty special, but will you look at my numbers. I've been doing this for almost 14 years.' The only guy in baseball who can match the numbers I've put up is Barry Bonds, and someone is actually asking if I can put up numbers like Mike Trout? Are you freaking kidding me?"