Albert Pujols, who was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, became a U.S. citizen this past week.
The Cardinals slugger's new-found citizenship is an admirable achievement, but the means by which he attained the title is even more impressive.
Pujols aced the citizenship test in much the same manner in which he has bashed NL pitching for the past five seasons - with a perfect score. Yep, Pujols got 100-percent of the questions correct.
Sure, he was given the standard study guides, but it's still an impressive feat. Here's a copy of the test. Give it a try. Don't cheat.