Found December 19, 2011 on
New York Yankees
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BEST OF MAXIM
KINGDOM FOR A PRINCE?
The Mariners are in desperate need of a big bat, and reportedly have made an offer to the biggest bat left on the market.
There have been conflicting reports about the Cubs' interest in Prince Fielder, and the market for him has been slow to develop even after Albert Pujols signed with the Angels. We'll keep track of today's Fielder rumors here:
Joe Strauss of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch tweets that a well-placed source tells him Chicago's interest in Fielder is nothing more than...
The Mariners have made an offer to free-agent first baseman Prince Fielder, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com tweeted Tuesday. “mariners made prince fielder an offer (or at least told him what they’d pay). seattle people love him but said to have $ limits,” Heyman tweeted, sounding lukewarm as to whether the team can actually afford the [...]
The line to sign Prince Fielder may start in Seattle. Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reported Tuesday that the Mariners have made Fielder an offer to continue his career in the American League West.
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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...
Chicago hasn't spoken directly to Prince Fielder, but the organization is in touch with agent Scott Boras.
Spent this past week at the divorce trial of Mariners minority owner Chris Larson, which has wrapped up closing arguments and is awaiting a decision.
The most interesting stuff for us pertained to the Mariners and some court-appointed appraisals of what the team is worth. We've heard and read lots of guesswork from folks about what the team can afford and can't afford in...