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The question of where Prince Fielder will play for the next several years remains up in the air. Adding Prince Fielder to the Rangers' potent lineup would make it the best in baseball -- hands down.
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The Chicago Cubs are aware that the time to pounce is right now. Could that mean that they are preparing to sign prize free agent first baseman Prince Fielder?
The Cubs are not currently a playoff team. In fact, they really aren’t even all that close to competing within their own division, let alone the rest of the National League. Having finished the 2011 season in...
They haven't even reached the starting gate, but don't count the Rangers out of the Prince Fielder Derby. In fact, oddsmaker Jon Heyman lists them as the morning-line favorite to add the free-agent slugger to their already potent lineup.
In the latest installment of the Cardinals Inbox, fans ask about Prince Fielder, Kyle Lohse, Jake Westbrook, Yoenis Cespedes and others.
Albert Pujols will turn 32 next month. It's very possible that his best seasons are behind him. He just signed a 10-year, 254 million contract with the Angels.
Prince Fielder, 27, is entering his prime. He had the better 2011 regular season. Scott Boras can argue that Fielder will outperform Pujols over the next decade and is therefore entitled to a larger contract.
While national reports claim various levels of interest and “early favorite” status for the Cubs regarding free-agent slugger Prince Fielder, manager Dale Sveum said Friday that the team has not pursued him. “At this point, I think it’s a lot of media talk more than us doing anything,” said...
One team tells Scott Miller of CBS Sports Prince Fielder is looking for a ten-year deal. As Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports writes, isn't Fielder entitled to an Albert Pujols-like contract, as a 27-year-old coming off a monster season?
The problem is the marketplace, however, writes Morosi. The teams with the biggest payrolls don't appear to be fits for Fielder. Over...
Scott Boras can make up a 73 page briefing on why teams should want to sign Prince Fielder, but the Chicago Cubs have made the biggest, smartest move yet towards attracting the burly slugger to the Windy City: for $20 million the owners of the Cubs purchased a piece of land across the street from Wrigley; the current occupant of the space is a McDonalds. While Prince may still remain...
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Scott Boras has put his voluminous ode to Prince Fielder's abilities out on the street and ESPN's Jerry Crasnick has the details. "Encased in a silver aluminum antimicrobial binder," Crasnick writes, Boras' report contains 73 pages that detail the top career achievements of his top free agent. The book's nine sections are so exhaustive and laudatory that...
Can Aramis Ramirez replace Prince Fielder's production? Was Trevor Cahill worth the asking price in Arizona? Cliff Corcoran answers that and more in his latest Hot Stove Roundup.