Prince Fielder to The Red Sox?: Why This Deal Should Be a No-Go

Posted: 18th September 2009 by Anthony Emerson in MLB
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Prince Fielder has been a world-beater during his four-season career. He hit 50 home runs in 2007 for the Milwaukee Brewers. Fielder is the son of former big leaguer Cecil Fielder. And a few days ago, ESPN's Buster Olney boldy predicted that Fielder would be traded to the Boston Red Sox...Wait, what? Yep. Olney predicted that a few days ago in his blog, which is censored by ESPN Insider, so you can't read it unless you subscribe to ESPN Magazine. If it was possible, I'd post a link, so you could check it out yourself. Anyway, the deal would likely be like this: Red Sox get: Prince Fielder, JJ Hardy Brewers get: Clay Buchholz, Michael Bowden, 1-3 other prospects. On paper, it seems like a good deal. JJ Hardy could take over permanentaly at shortstop. Fielder could make u ...

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