Prince Fielder believes his trade to the Texas Rangers provides him with a fresh start.
A day after being acquired from Detroit for Ian Kinsler in a blockbuster deal, the five-time All-Star first baseman said Thursday that it will definitely be different in Texas.
The trade came less than two years after the Tigers signed Fielder to a $214 million, nine-year contract. Fielder hit .279 with 106 RBIs this year, but his 25 homers were his fewest over a full season, and he didn't have an RBI in the postseason for the Tigers.
Fielder could have vetoed the trade. But in a brief conference call, he said he's going to another good team and that he didn't think it was going to be a bad thing.

MLB Top Stories

Thumbnail Blue Jays vs. Rockies Pick Being at home, will the Colorado Rockies manage to outscore the Toronto Blue Jays when they meet tonight at...
Thumbnail Scuffling Cubs turn to Arrieta vs. Reds While in no way prepared to send out a distress signal, the Cubs suddenly look quite vulnerable. Can the Reds step in and extend the...
Thumbnail Interleague rivals Kansas City, St. Louis meet Tonight, one of the most highly anticipated interleague matchups of the year finally gets underway in Kansas City. Do the Cardinals have any hope of...
Thumbnail Red Sox vs. Rays Pick Can the Tampa Bay Rays snap an 11-game losing streak today when they host the Boston Red Sox at 7:10PM ET?
Thumbnail Rangers vs. Yankees Free Pick Will the Texas Rangers be able to get the first strike on the New York Yankees when the two meet up tonight at 7:05PM...
More inMLB Articles  

MLB Team Pages