GM: $30M for 1 player 'asinine'

Updated: February 23, 2011, 12:43 AM ET

It's safe to say the Chicago White Sox won't be pursuing Albert Pujols next offseason after comments made by general manager Ken Williams on Monday.

Talks between the slugger and the St. Louis Cardinals were put on hold after they couldn't come to terms. When Pujols is a free agent after this season, he could command as much as $30 million per season, possibly for 10 years.

When asked by Comcast SportsNet about Pujols becoming the highest-paid MLB player, Williams launched into a commentary ...

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