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Why The Brewers Should Lock Prince Fielder Up Long Term

CINCINNATI - JULY 19:  Prince Fielder #28 of the Milwaukee Brewers is pictured at bat during the game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on July 19, 2009 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Noah DuellContributor IJanuary 3, 2010

MVP style slugger with one year left on his contract. What do you do? LOCK HIM UP! Look what the Yankees did with their stars, 10 year deals to both A-Rod and Derek Jeter! The Yankees may have a gargantuan amount of money compared to the Brewers payroll-wise. This is what the Brewers should do: Get your stinking pitching and use the rest of your payroll for the season to lock up your stars. If you want a Pennant or World series ring-bearing season and not a Washington Nationals-like season, then I suggest you LOCK HIM UP Brewers! This is of utter importance so think of this: Wouldn't it suck if when Kevin Youkilis's contract is up that the Bo-Sox signed Fielder to a long year deal, and he had a slugger year with 50+ HRs, 150+RBIs, and .300+AVG for the Season? Yes, it would suck. 

 

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