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The Brewers have no plans to add intrigue to their hometown General Managers Meetings by extending a first offer to free-agent slugger Prince Fielder.
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Brewers GM Doug Melvin and principal owner Mark Attanasio met Tuesday with the agent for Prince Fielder. This was not a meeting to exchange numbers. Realistically, such a meeting may never happen, because Fielder's contractual requirements will almost certainly price him out of Milwaukee.
The St. Louis Cardinals aren't expected to pursue Prince Fielder if they deem that Albert Pujols is out of reach, according to Joe Strauss of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. GM John Mozeliak said there's a “different set of circumstances” regarding the two superstars and his team is more likely to spend heavily on Pujols because of his value to the organization.
News and rumors from MLB's GM/owners meetings at the Pfister Hotel.
Nice to see the Dodgers back in business. But why stop with Matt Kemp?
I said it once and I'll say it again: The Dodgers should pursue Prince Fielder, one of the two big first basemen on the free-agent market along with Albert Pujols.
I know the team is in bankruptcy. I know it is in the process of being sold. I know Frank McCourt, gentleman that he is, might not want saddle...
General Manager Ned Colletti says Tuesday the possibility of adding a big bat this winter 'looks less realistic.'
I’ll be reappearing on 710 ESPN with Brock and Salk today at 10:30. Given the post right below this and Salk’s preference for signing Prince Fielder, I’m pretty sure we can all guess what the topic is going to be.
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MILWAUKEE - Scott Boras is already making his case for Prince Fielder over Albert Pujols.
As baseball's general...
Scott Boras is already making his case for Prince Fielder over Albert Pujols.