Lozano’s other clients include Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins and Rangers third baseman Michael Young.
Lozano’s departure is “likely to have major ramifications within the industry,” ESPN said, as it’s unclear what his clients’ plans are after the change.
Pujols’ seven-year, $100 million contract comes to an end this season, although the Cardinals have a $16 million option for next year. On reaching free agency in 2012, the three-time Most Valuable Player could become the highest-paid player in the majors.
The St. Louis Cardinals are one of the region’s largest private companies, with 2009 revenue estimated at $206 million.
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