Who needs a Prince When You have a King
I haven't weighed in on the whole Prince Saga yet. Here we go.
That's about all I have to say.
Fielder and the Tigers agreed Tuesday to a nine-year, $214 million contract
With Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera in the middle of the lineup, the Detroit Tigers look ready for a season of slugging at Comerica Park.
With Cabrera and Fielder, Detroit will begin this season with two players under age 30 with at least 200 career homers. According to STATS LLC, that's happened only once before. At the start of the 1961 season, the Milwaukee Braves featured 29-year-old Eddie Mathews (338 homers) and 27-year-old Hank Aaron (219).
It'd of been sweet to see this kind of production in the M's lineup. But I guess Carp is the answer now.
Sigh, at least he's on Twitter.
Follow Mike Carp on Twitter: @CarpusMaximus20
Was a god signing for the Tigers. He can play DH full time down the road when his body starts to decline. Not that he is in that great of shape right now anyway.
Still bummed we missed out on him, but glad for not getting him after seeing the final price tag. Good luck, Tigers. Wow.
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