The Market for Fielder

The Market for Fielder

The Market for Fielder

Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports writes about the market for Prince Fielder.

Morosi notes that the market is thin, with the Red Sox, Yankees, Phillies, Angels, and White Sox with out a need. If a team would offer Fielder 10 years and $125 million he would have signed by now.

He breaks it into four brackets, "We know they're in" (Cubs, Mariners, Brewers, Orioles), "We can't rule them out" (Jays, Rangers, Nationals), "Stranger things have happened" (Yankees, Cardinals), and "They're out... we think" (Marlins, Red Sox, Giants)

Scott Miller tweets "Told by one club that Prince Fielder looking for 10-year deal. Market still eerily quiet there. Waiting for the magic to happen." @ScottMCBSSports

The more I hear, the more I think the Mariners have the best shot. The Cubs are a wild card in my opinion. The big players are out of it, and the Mariners have spent money from time to time. It would add a lot of legitimacy to the franchise giving them an offensive star to go with Felix Hernandez.

By Truth and rumors
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011


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  • Essential said: Market fielder is really good. I guess that is something we all need to have. - Roger Stanton 12:05AM 03/29/14
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