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The Nationals signed Michael Morse to a two-year deal worth $10.5 million. Morse is described as the odd-man out if the Nationals sign Prince Fielder. So does this mean that Fielder is out of the picture for Washington? Not necessarily. Morse’s reasonable contract makes him tradable. A team doesn’t need to worry about an arbitration fight, and the money he makes reflects his last two seasons in the majors.
Adam Kilgore also believes that the Morse contract has little impact on a Prince Fielder signing.
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Oh, here's something! How about: Air Screech "performing" at halftime of last Monday's Wizards game? Air Screech and the Wizards are bad enough taken alone. In combination? Insufferable. Worse than puzzling over the latest dribs and drabs of Prince Fielder news? No. Not even close.
Now, if that was Prince Fielder in the Air Screech suit...
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The Rangers just invested over 100 million in a starting pitcher from Japan, so they're probably done spending money this winter. Well, not exactly. If the price is right, according to Nolan Ryan, the franchise could still land All-Star first baseman Prince Fielder.
After discussing the signing of Yu Darvish during a Thursday radio interview with Galloway and Company 103.3 KESN...
A note to everyone, and understand I mean this in the nicest possible way.
Chill the eff out on these rumors about Prince Fielder signing with the Nationals. Seriously. Take a deep breath. Break out the old paper bag if you have to.
Again, Prince Fielder is not a member of the Washington Nationals. Okay? Good? Now breathe.
I already covered this fairly extensively over on...
The #Nationals are still viewed by many in the industry as the frontrunners to sign Prince Fielder.
— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) January 19, 2012
One day after securing Yu Darvish, the Rangers work on Prince Fielder.
ARLINGTON, Texas - The first Texas Rangers dignitary Yu Darvish posed with for pictures Friday night after...
HBT: Many baseball executives think the Dodgers will make a play for Prince Fielder despite the team's ownership situation.
Rangers CEO Nolan Ryan said that it would be "pretty hard to think" that a deal with Prince Fielder would develop in an interview yesterday with ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM, writes Richard Durrett of ESPNDallas.com. However, Ryan also conceded that things can always change as he added, "when you think you’re out of something, you get up the next day and find out opportunities...
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I haven’t been relentlessly searching the Internet for Prince Fielder signing news, because I’ve been too busy checking out area business luncheons for Redskins quarterback news.
But the hardcore Nats fans are certainly scouring the Internet for Prince nuggets, and it turns out that the hardcore Nats are as well.
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