MLB Free Agency: Where Will Prince Fielder Sign After the Season?
With the Milwaukee Brewers in contention, Prince Fielder might not be traded this season, but there have already been high-profile rumors about where he'll be suiting up in 2012.
Rumor earlier this year had it that agent Scott Boras wanted eight years and $200 million for Fielder, who, at 27, would provide not just proven production but unusual youth for a premium free agent.
So where might he land? In April, SI.com's Jon Heyman suggested the Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles, and Los Angeles Dodgers (assuming they get their ownership issues resolved) as likely destinations.
In addition, you can't count out the Boston Red Sox (David Ortiz' contract is expiring, so theoretically they could have room) or the New York Yankees (remember when they definitely weren't going to sign Mark Teixeira?). The Brewers probably don't have the money to re-sign him, but they'll at least probably make him an offer.
Teams that are in on Albert Pujols could also be connected to Fielder, if only to drive up their leverage in contract negotiations.
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