Hall of Fame Case: Prince Fielder

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Prime Time Sports Talk

Prince Fielder provided the baseball world with monster home runs, a great personality, and perhaps one of the saddest retirement press conferences in recent history. The player between the lines was more than just home runs, however. The 5-foot-11, 275-pound first baseman was a notorious .400 on-base guy that had a knack for staying on the field. From 2006 to 2013, Fielder played in all but 13 games, compiling a .286/.390/.528 slash line with a 141 wRC+. He also hit 283 home runs in that span, drove in 860 runs, had 265 doubles and 23.7 rWAR. Overall, he slashed .283/.382/.506 with a 133 wRC+…

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