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Thread: Prince Fielder to Detroit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantle & Namath View Post
    Confirming: Prince close on nine-year, $214M deal with #Tigers, according to source.
    He got the Romney money

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
    He got the Romney money
    Except in 9 years Romney will be worth twice that.

    And Prince will likely have blown half of his...


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Except in 9 years Romney will be worth twice that.

    And Prince will likely have blown half of his...

    His dad blew all of his.

    That's alot of money for a guy who will have no incentive not to just eat his way into bad knees and a bad back.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Would have been a nice complement to that hefty 36 games Iron-man Ike Davis put in last year too.... though that 214 mil. prolly looks better tucked away in an off-shore account for the WIlpon grandkids for when they inherit the team.

    Ike Davis is the NLs second best first baseman

    With Albert Pujols and now Prince Fielder following Adrian Gonzalez to the American League, the NL has bled some remarkable talent at first base the last two winters. That’s one sure Hall of Famer and two more legitimate possibilities switching leagues while still in their primes. Left is Joey Votto and, well…

    Reds: Joey Votto – .990 (2012 projected OPS)
    Mets: Ike Davis – .864
    Cardinals: Lance Berkman: .860
    Phillies: Ryan Howard – .850/Ty Wigginton – .739
    Braves: Freddie Freeman – .823
    Rockies: Todd Helton – .815
    D-backs: Paul Goldschmidt – .814
    Marlins: Gaby Sanchez – .809
    Astros: Carlos Lee: .787
    Dodgers: James Loney: .776
    Nationals: Adam LaRoche: .776
    Brewers: Mat Gamel: .761
    Cubs: Bryan LaHair: .756
    Giants: Aubrey Huff: .739/Brandon Belt: .782
    Padres: Yonder Alonso: .725
    Pirates: Garrett Jones: .710/Casey McGehee: .728

    In his MVP season of 2010, Votto only made the NL All-Star team by winning the final vote for the 32nd spot. I’m going to take a stab and say he’s not going to have much to worry about this year.

    Davis and Freeman are potential All-Stars and new Cubs acquisition Anthony Rizzo might also have that kind of potential, but the list above simply isn’t very inspiring. Howard is likely to miss two months or more with his torn Achilles’ tendon, leaving Wigginton as the Phillies’ primary first baseman. I don’t understand why the Pirates decided to spend $15 million on Rod Barajas, Clint Barmes and Erik Bedard, only to get gunshy on reupping Derrek Lee. He’d be a big upgrade for them and a somewhat lesser one for the Brewers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    Never had you pegged for a Trekie, Brother Green. When is the convention?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantle & Namath View Post
    Miggy is moving to 3B
    Cabrera is going to be 3B eligible again. Hello fantasy baseball stud.

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