Found December 20, 2011 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Q our Seattle Mariners blogger reports word has it a free agent contract is on the table of Prince Fielder to go to the Seattle Mariners via free agency. Essentially the Mariners are buying Prince’s prime production years (ages 28 thru 32). Jack Zduriencik knows what he's doing and I trust him and the Mariners front office.
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Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik said the team has made no formal offers to any non-pitching free agents. But he says the team has continued discussions that began at the winter meetings.
Jack Zduriencik knew why I had called before I even asked a question.
Depending upon your perspective, it's either good or bad that Jack Z is reading my mind.
I say good, because Jack Z is always pleasant about it, and maybe he and I can one day take our act on the road.
"Trade Felix," I say.
"No," Jack Z replies.
Now before Mariners fans get all upset...
I’m back with Russ and we discuss Prince Fielder, where he’ll end up, and the Scott Boras machine. Where will he end up? Could the Yankees be in play? Does anyone buy the Prince Fielder/Jimmie Foxx comparisons?
Eugene: Topic for this week – Prince Fielder. Where will he sign? What will he get?
Russ: What will he get? A lot of money. I think he will get about $17 million...
The Mariners have signed catcher John Jaso and reliever George Sherrill, but it’s difficult to believe general manager Jack Zduriencik is ready for spring training. Here’s a list of some additional moves the team should make before reconvening in Peoria in February. Some are common sense, while others are a bit less likely. But one [...]
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