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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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Now that the Milwaukee Brewers offseason is officially underway, the biggest question surrounding the team this winter is what the hell is going to happen with Prince Fielder.
After a franchise-record 96 wins during the regular and the team's first League Championship appearance in nearly three decades, there's an unresolved issue now that the husky first baseman is...
In what was almost certainly the last media session for Prince Fielder while playing for the Brewers, he did use the past tense when describing his time with the club late Sunday night.
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said it's hard for any team to improve on a franchise-record 96-win season and an NL Central title. It will be even harder if the Brewers lose Prince Fielder in free agency.
MILWAUKEE • Prince Fielder, the soon-to-be free
agent, still had his uniform on as he made his way around the
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Prince Fielder peeled off his Brewers jersey, his season certainly over and maybe his career in Milwaukee, as well.
The St. Louis Cardinals won Game 6 of the National League Championship Series Sunday night to bring their 18th pennant home and punch their ticket to their World Series for the first time since 2006 when they won it all.
After squandering an 8 1/2-game lead they held in the beginning of September, the Cards played their asses off to earn the Wild Card before defying the odds...
Prince Fielder went 3-for-6 with two home runs, three RBIs and no strikeouts in Games 1 and 2 of the National League Championship Series at Miller Park. He went 1-for-10 with no RBIs and four strikeouts in three games after the series shifted to Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
MILWAUKEE — When he stepped into the batter's box in the eighth inning for his last at-bat, Prince Fielder looked down at the dirt and swiped it with both cleats as players do. An ovation rose from the crowd at Miller Park, but Fielder never looked up, never waved his hand, never tipped his batting helmet to acknowledge them. It was almost like he didn't want to come...
Albert Pujols called time in the eighth inning of what would prove Prince Fielder's final at-bat in the Brewers' final game of 2011, giving the fans at Miller Park a few more moments to say goodbye. At least, that's what the standing ovation felt like.
The wild-card Cardinals have the home-field advantage for the first time, thanks to Prince Fielder's three-run homer in the National League's All-Star victory. They're underdogs against the Rangers, making their second straight trip to the World Series.