Prince Fielder kept up his hot spring training start by lining an RBI single in a two-run first innign and then doubling in the Texas Rangers' 8-4 victory over the San Diego Padres on Thursday.
Prince Fielder singled home fellow Texas newcomer Shin-Soo Choo but Tommy Hanson gave up two runs on three consecutive extra-base hits in the first inning before settling down in the Rangers' 8-2 loss to a Colorado Rockies split-squad Wednesday.
I've been referring to the blockbuster that the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers pulled off in November as "the Prince Fielder trade." Beyond having a nice ring to it, it's struck me as appropriate to name the deal after its principal component. But right now, it's hard to ignore that Ian Kinsler was also a pretty important part of the deal. Show More Summary
Wednesday was a big day for the Texas Rangers, who not only got their first look at Yu Darvish in 2014 but also saw what their new-look lineup will be when the regular season starts next month. The two biggest additions this offseason,...Show More Summary
Yu Darvish struck out four in two innings of the spring opener for Texas, and Prince Fielder hit a towering solo homer as the Rangers beat the Kansas City Royals 11-7 on Thursday.
Fresh off their third straight American League Central title, the Detroit Tigers have had a busy offseason, trading off a pair of key pieces from last year's team after being ousted in the ALCS. First, they shipped Prince Fielder and...Show More Summary
He's a member of the Texas Rangers now, but remember how Prince Fielder came to be on the Detroit Tigers? It was via a devastating injury to Victor Martinez, which opened up a need for an impact bat and, in turn, Tigers owner Mike Ilitch's...Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers did plenty of housekeeping during the offseason. Prince Fielder was brought in to provide a power bat from the left side. That deal sent Ian Kinsler to Detroit and opened up a spot for Jurickson Profar at second base. Show More Summary
When a grounder ricocheted off Prince Fielder's mitt during his first workout with the Texas Rangers, he quickly held it up and proclaimed with a smile, "It's new."
You might have heard that Prince Fielder changed teams this winter. Because of that, maybe you're thinking he'll be a different player. The first part is definitely true. The second part should be true too. In case you're just now joining us, Fielder is no longer a Detroit Tiger. Show More Summary
Prince Fielder has never won the MVP award in the AL or NL, but by the end of the 2014 MLB season, he might be up for consideration. In a January article by T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, Texas Rangers slugger Adrian Beltre endorsed Fielder for MVP. Show More Summary
Months after trading away both Prince Fielder and Doug Fister, the Detroit Tigers are heading into the 2014 season with an impossible dilemma on their hands: Max Scherzer 's future. The reigning 2013 AL Cy Young winner is in tow, per...Show More Summary
With the exceptions of acquiring Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo, the Texas Rangers have quietly upgraded their roster this offseason. The club has 54 players coming to spring training this year in Surprise, Ariz. But only 25 will be penciled in on the Opening Day roster. Show More Summary
The Texas Rangers will be looking to new and old faces to lead this club back to the playoffs in 2014. Prince Fielder and Shin-Soo Choo will need to make a difference from the get-go, as well as Yu Darvish and Derek Holland’s replacement. Show More Summary
With spring training just six weeks away, the Texas Rangers still have some issues they need to take care of. The club has invested a lot in improving the offense. They traded Ian Kinsler for Prince Fielder, which ultimately opened the door for Jurickson Profar to have an everyday job. Show More Summary
The blockbuster trade that sent Prince Fielder to the Rangers and Ian Kinsler to the Tigers was one of the offseason's first landscape-changing transactions. There have been relatively few swaps since then, with the Diamondbacks-Angels-White...Show More Summary
With just five days to go until we all welcome 2014, Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels should feel pretty comfortable with his current team. After trading Ian Kinsler to the Detroit Tigers for Prince Fielder and cash in lateShow More Summary
This might be the dirtiest sports rumor we’ve heard since Lebron’s mom — well you know… Chanel, you got some splainin’ to do! According to Diamond Hoggers reports: I led with this item on the last podcast, but
Baseball has already seen a number of big stories this winter. Robinson Cano signed with the Seattle Mariners, and Prince Fielder was swapped for Ian Kinsler. While a number of the top free agents are off the market, there are stillShow More Summary