Found October 18, 2011 on Fangraphs:
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It seems to be a foregone conclusion in Milwaukee that Prince Fielder is a goner. A rough estimate of the Brewers’ payroll might have them about $10 million short of last year’s outlay once arbitration numbers are final, and $10 million a year is not enough to sign Prince Fielder. But baseball be...
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