After batting .299 with 38 homers and 120 RBI in 2011, Prince Fielder will be one of the most sought after free agents this winter.
Unfortunately for the slugger, Albert Pujols is also testing free agency, and this deflects a lot of the attention Fielder could have gotten to Pujols.
However, Fielder can still count on one thing: He is getting paid.
With the evil mastermind Scott Boras as his agent, the 27-year-old is surely going to get a big deal and will most likely be making at least $20 million a year.
Don't be surprised if the contract length is between seven and 10 years, either.
Obviously, the question right now is all about where Prince Fielder will be playing next spring. He has said 2011 was probably his final year in Milwaukee, but the Brewers, of course, still stand a chance.
Here is (in no particular order) an in-depth look at the top contenders to add Prince Fielder.