As much of a topic as offense has been this off-season, Nathan believes the defense will make the difference in 2014.
If reports are to be believed, Prince Fielder, since becoming a Texas Ranger, has lost 40 lbs, cut his hair, and appears to give a rip about baseball in ways that it appeared he never did when he spent two years with the Tigers.
“I think fans and media were probably upset with him not having no RBIs and no homers,” Hunter said.
There won’t be much talk about Ian Kinsler filling Prince Fielder’s shoes in Detroit.
Former Tiger Prince Fielder seems to be the gift that just keeps giving.
Prince Fielder used to take batting practice as a kid at Tigers Stadium and was known for hitting balls over the right-field fence at a young age.
Might Dombrowski have another massive blockbuster up his sleeve? With him, it seems it is always possible.
Turns out the newest Tiger Ian Kinsler is connected with Prince Fielder more than we knew.
“It was cool. The season was fine. It is what it is bro,” Fielder said during a brief conference call with Rangers beat writers.
Wednesday night Dave Dombrowski pulled off one hell of a trade.