Fielder is a Scott Boras client, and the only thing certain with Boras is that he likes to take his time with his top clients in hopes of procuring every possible penny. Therefore, it could be some time before we learn of Fielder's next destination.
It already seems much longer than a few days since the Angels stunned the world.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim improved their team dramatically as they inked slugger Albert Pujols and former Rangers number one starter C.J. Wilson, on the very same day.
It seemed like the prudent thing for the Rangers to do to answer their AL West competitors was to rescue Prince Fielder from free agent limbo, and to hop-chop on placing a bid on Yu Darvish's service.
It was—and is—purely speculation.
The Texas Rangers could very well just stick to an offseason plan that sees them lock up their "core" guys with extensions. They could also go after either Darvish, Fielder or both.
Regardless, that's the type of guess work that isn't much fun.
Much more entertaining than that is to guess just how fantastic a 2012 Texas Rangers offense would be with the addition of the big man and his "beast mode."
Here's a hint: That offense would definitely crack the top 20 in the history of the game. Want to find out just where?
Well, read on, my friends.