Found January 16, 2012 on
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As Jim Breen discussed earlier, the news that the Texas Rangers have had talks with Prince Fielder raises all sorts of interesting possibilities. For 2012, a Rangers team with Fielder at first base would pose a formidable offensive threat, given that first was one of their few holes when they wer...
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Pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training in a little more than a month and Prince Fielder still has not signed a free agent deal with any MLB team. Some Milwaukee Brewers‘ fans are hoping that as long as teams drop out of the Fielder sweepstakes and he remains on the open market, there is a glimmer of hope that he might return to Milwaukee even if it is just for a one...
The Chicago Cubs are not among the MLB teams try to woo free-agent first baseman Prince Fielder.New Cubs manager Dale Sveum told reporters that the team isn’t try to fill its need for a power bat in the middle of the lineup by acquiring Fielder, who hit .299 with 38 home runs and 120 RBIs last season."There haven't been any discussions with us for Prince, that's just...
The Detroit Tigers were dealt a serious blow to their World Series chances in 2012, with the news that they will most likely be without Victor Martinez for the entire 2012 MLB season due to a torn ACL in his left knee in his offseason conditioning. After reaching the ALCS in 2011, Detroit was expected to contend for a pennant once again this year, but that task just...
The Nationals continue to be in the Prince Fielder sweepstakes, although the club is not willing to give the free-agent first baseman a 10-year deal like the one that first baseman Albert Pujols got from the Angels, according to a baseball source. It appears that the Nationals are, however, willing to give Fielder a no-trade clause.
While you're sitting around waiting for news on Prince Fielder, enjoy the photo above of Michael Morse in a sombrero, via Michael Morse's Facebook page. "Mi Madre en Mexico (Epcot)" says Morse.
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