Found December 21, 2011 on
How long will the Mariners remain in the Prince Fielder sweepstakes? Will Mike Carp get the nod in left field? Mariners Beat reporter Greg Johns answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.
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Patience has become the keyword for Mariners fans this off season. We are near the end of the year, two months away from Spring Training, and playing the waiting game. The Mariners still need to upgrade their offense if they are going to compete in the A.L. West in 2012. It is a little far-fetched to think this offense can rebound to do enough after back-to-back last place...
The Brewers went into winter hoping they could keep Prince Fielder. As that becomes increasingly unlikely, Milwaukee has had to consider how to replace him, writes Will Carroll.
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette was on Jim Bowden’s satellite radio show today and seemed to steer the conversation away from free agent first baseman Prince Fielder, but he said in a brief telephone interview this afternoon that he has “not ruled out any free agents.”
Just a couple weeks ago Albert Pujols checked out of free agency C.J Wilson left any prospective bidders in the dust for the Angels, while the biggest star has been left neglected, rather surprisingly. One would think that common sense entitles Prince Fielder to all the attention the free agency market has to offer him now that the other two big prizes have been snatched up, by the...