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A 101-win year that saw the arrival of Zack Greinke and Tony Plush and the departure of Prince Fielder ended with a bombshell when Ryan Braun failed a drug test.
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HBT: Prince Fielder could opt for a three-year deal worth $26 million per year, reports say.
We heard on Friday that the Orioles are in fact interested in Prince Fielder, but not at his current asking price. While O's executive vice president Dan Duquette won't say much about the team's pursuit of the slugger, it might be the other D.C. area team that makes an aggressive offer. Here's the latest on Fielder with the latest news up top..
Derrek Lee is one of the first base options who are waiting on Prince Fielder to sign.
Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports took a look at five off-season stories that will carry over in to the 2012 calendar year. The first two on his list were the first base market, focusing on Prince Fielder, then the players on the market after Fielder.
Fielder is definitely holding the market up...
According to Peter Gammons of MLB Network and NESN, several general managers think Prince Fielder could get a three-year deal worth $26 million per season.
This is not a typical offseason.
The week between Christmas and New Year's Day tends to be quiet in the baseball industry, when front offices sit empty and trade chatter is silenced.
That's not necessarily the case this year. A number of factors the new collective bargaining agreement, the availability of Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder, Yu Darvish's protracted posting...
On this date in 1995, the Orioles acquired David Wells from the Reds for Curtis Goodwin and minor leaguer Trovin Valdez. This marked the second time Boomer was traded that year as he was shipped from the Tigers to Cincinnati at the July deadline. Here's a look at today's links..
As Prince Fielder continues to look for his next home, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis...
The final days of December are just a bit past the midpoint of baseball's hot stove season. Many big purchases have been made, while a few marquee prizes still shine in the sales brochures produced by their agents. This season, Prince Fielder, Ryan Madson, Edwin Jackson, among others, will make many millions of dollars after Christmas.Instead of the usual guessing game as to...
Padres endure year of challenge, change - Padres.com
"It was a year of change for the Padres in 2011, as after winning 90 games in 2010 the club slipped to last place in the National League West, struggling to score runs without All-Star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez while also failing to replicate any of the mojo they had the previous season."
Could John Moores...