Prince Fielder, this is a baseball game! Why would you do that in the middle of a baseball game? Please start taking this game seriously, Prince Fielder! (Oh, fine, if you must have context, here you go.)
There's much value in having a lefty and righty slugger bat back-to-back in your lineup. Mostly, it's about the strategy of the situation -- forcing a starting pitcher to not get too comfortable with any one batting side, making things difficult on the opposing manager in late game situations -- but sometimes it's about more than that. Show More Summary
The Detroit Tigers hit the ball hard for two days against the Washington Nationals with not much to show for it. Thursday's ending was no different as Prince Fielder flew out to the warning track in center with the tying run on base to end the Tigers' 5-4 loss to the Nats. Show More Summary
Unathletic players are prevalent across Major League Baseball. Bartolo Colon, Prince Fielder and Jason Giambi serves as examples of slow, overweight individuals on the field in 2013. Though speed and leaping ability largely determine a person's athleticism, strength, flexibility, durability and hand-eye coordination must not be ignored. Show More Summary
The Detroit Tigers brought outfielder Torii Hunter on board for the 2013 season for two reasons: To help stabilize the top of the batting order to set up Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder and give a veteran voice in the clubhouse. If April is any indication of what Hunter brings to the table at the plate, then the mission has been accomplished. Show More Summary
Torii Hunter, Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder have been tearing the cover off the ball so far this baseball season, and they don't look to be slowing down anytime soon. The Detroit Tigers' 2-3-4 hitters are leading the team in batting average in their same respective lineup order to help the struggling Tigers keep their heads above water. Show More Summary
The Detroit Tigers destroyed the Toronto Blue Jays 11-1 at Comerica Park in Detroit on Wednesday. Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder are still on fire and there are no signs of them slowing down. Cabrera stole third in the first and was brought home with a Victor Martinez single to left field. Show More Summary
As Detroit moved into second place in the American League Central and Toronto fell to last place in the East, there was very little contest. Behind four RBIs from Prince Fielder, the Tigers routed the Blue Jays 11-1 at Comerica Park....Show More Summary
The Detroit Tigers cruised to an 11-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday afternoon to win the series two games to three. Prince Fielder led the way for the Tigers, going two-for-two at the plate with two walks and four runs batted in. The Tigers used a five-run second inning to cruise past [...]Show More Summary
He steals bases! He can't be caught in a rundown! And... [grunt]... now... [heave]... he's... [grunt]... sprinting... [gasp]... for infield singles even when he hits the ball to the right side! [exhale] There's just no stopping Prince Fielder on the base paths. He's this generation's Rickey Henderson. Read more...
Maybe bring a glove next time.
Prince Fielder went deep off of Boone Logan in the bottom of the fifth inning today. Bad news for this guy. Read more...
Aaron Hicks stepped up and hit the first single of his major league career.
Although there was a game Sunday night and only 24 teams were in action, yesterday was officially baseball's Opening Day. From empty seats at Yankee Stadium to Bryce Harper's creepy new ad and Prince Fielder attempting to slide, it was great to have baseball back. Show More Summary
In this day and age, home runs get the most "ooh's" and "aah's" at baseball games from spectators. Fans come to the ballpark to see guys like Prince Fielder and Giancarlo Stanton hit mammoth tater shots that come close to reaching Mars' orbit. Show More Summary
The top players at each position according to body mass index: (Note: Listed weights for ballplayers are often wildly inaccurate. Minimum playing time determined at whim.) C Corky Miller 1B Prince Fielder 2B Rickie Weeks 3B Pablo Sandoval SS...Show More Summary
Two groups of people have two totally opposite reactions to this headline. Fans of the Detroit Tigers immediately say "Yes, where do I sign up for this?!?!" Those who don't cheer for the defending American League champions just threw up in their mouths a little. Show More Summary
In a story that really demands Pablo Sandoval or Prince Fielder serve as consultants, Mariners prospect Nick Franklin is trying his best to cultivate mass. It might sound like more of a vacation than real work, but the 21-year old shortstop is downing delicious treats like Chick-fil-A and Chipotle to reach his goal of 200 pounds. Show More Summary
Topps unveiled the world's largest baseball card on Tuesday, measuring 90 feet by 60 feet. MLB.com tweeted pictures of the card, which just so happened to showcase Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder: As if the 5'11", 275-pound behemoth could get any bigger. Show More Summary
Topps unveiled the world's biggest baseball card on Tuesday, a 2013 Prince Fielder.