Found January 06, 2012 on
Call it the Chien-Ming Wang/Michael Morse effect: the Prince Fielder-to-the-Nationals rumors are being covered on TV over in Taiwan; check the video of a report on FTV on Thursday.
If you run the text from FTV.com story through google translate, you're left with something like:
Attempt to recruit people to fight Field upgradeWang belongs to the national team once again demonstrated to be the front-line teams ambition, national senior team and famous brokers have been meet Porras, intends to recruit the most current free market batters Felder, if to do so true, investment and fighting a war of national power, will reach its peak. ...If and when people look at Fielder, coupled with Zimmerman, Michael Morse and Jason Werth, center of a solid line will be very strong, do not forget, people have a strong monster hit Bryce harper waiting in the minor leagues fly...
...which makes as much sense as anything else we've read on Prince and the Nats over the last few week...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Washington Nationals and Prince Fielder. Prince Fielder and the Washington Nationals. With each day that ends with the slugging first baseman still on the free-agent market, the assumption grows that when it comes to Fielder and the Nationals the question is not if, but when? And for how much? ...
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Prince doesn’t necessarily fit with the Nationals, BUT a team will make adjustments to fit a player of his caliber. You can be sure about that. I think LaRoche is worthless, and I think they can keep Morse in the outfield. You put Prince in that lineup, and keep a healthy Strasburg all season that little team in D...
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo says his position on Prince Fielder has not changed since the Winter Meetings, according to Amanda Comak of the Washington Times. Washington is committed to Adam LaRoche and first base is “settled,” the GM said. Rizzo acknowledged Fielder’s value, saying he’ll help any club he’s with, but pointed out that the Nationals are often bandied about as...
While Mariners fans continue clamoring for news on Prince Fielder, GM Jack Zduriencik and his staff will continue pursuing other avenues to improve the club as well.
Last night on The Baseball Show, Mike Rosenbaum of The Golden Sombrero and M.J. Lloyd of Off Base Percentage discussed the following topics:
-M.J.’s thoughts on the Angels off-season
-Discussion of the Atlanta Braves lack of moves
-Where will Prince Fielder end up?
-The Washington Nationals future
-Top Prospect Debuts we’re anticipating
-Mike’s thoughts on the White Sox off...
It won’t take long to figure out the 2012 Mets.
The team entering spring training without expectations – at least positive ones – face a difficult schedule despite 13 games at Citi Field and ten on the road. That includes everybody in their division, so we’ll have an idea of how they’ll stack up against the NL East.
I looked at their schedule this afternoon and if things...