Over that stretch the 27-year-old has hit 224 home runs, 645 RBI, posted a .282 batting average, .388 on base percentage and .536 slugging percentage.
He’s jumped around statistically, but he’s basically been good for a .275 batting average, 30 home runs and 100 RBI the past five seasons.
This offseason Fielder signed a one year, $15.5 million contract to avoid arbitration. It set up Fielder to leave Milwaukee for greener pastures, literally, in the 2012 free agent period.
All indications are that Fielder won't be in Milwaukee in 2012. But here are five things the Brewers can do to keep Fielder in Milwaukee.