The biggest questions for the Milwaukee Brewers organization this winter all center on a pitching rotation that was dead-last in National League ERA. For the fan base, something much bigger is on their minds: Prince Fielder. Fielder has just completed the best season of his career, but all Brewer fans can think of is just how long he'll continue to be the anchor of a potent Milwaukee offense. If not for Albert Pujols, Fielder may have positioned himself for his first MVP award. He posted career-highs in the following categories: games played (162), hits (177), triples (3), RBI (141), walks (110), batting average (.299), on-base percentage (.412), and OPS (1.014). The walks and RBI were franchise records for the Brewers, and he tied with Ryan Howard for the league lead in RBI, as well. It i ...
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Article written by Jesse Motiff