Rangers slugger Prince Fielder has been forced to retire from baseball at age 32. Fielder, who has been struggling at the plate this year, recently underwent his second spinal fusion surgery in the last three years, and doctors have told him that he is no longer physically capable of playing baseball. Fielder…
Prince Fielder is a large baseball man who hit himself a large donger in the fourth inning of this afternoon’s Rangers win. Fielder sent the ball arching past the right field pole and, somehow, directly into this fan’s phone.
Watch those consonants.
Prince Fielder rounded third base and fell in Tuesday’s game against the Dodgers. Everyone laughed at him. Even Prince had to laugh at himself. What a day.
This happened during yesterday’s game between the Red Sox and Rangers, and it is further proof that hot dogs should always be the food of choice at baseball games.
Prince Fielder’s new pregame workout routine sure looks like a lot of fun.
One of the most beloved tropes in sports lore is the Triumph of the Unexpected Body. When I think about those stories, I think about cheering on Muggsy Bogues from my friend's living room when I was eight or nine. I knew nothing about basketball, but seeing that small man dart around the court alongside NBA giants…
It's time once again for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue, with which you furiously masturbate to Prince Fielder while telling yourself you're just admiring his athleticism. But they sure don't make it easy, obstructing the various pudenda and (female) nipples. Which is an art and a science in itself.
Prince Fielder and Ian Kinsler swapped teams last night for this MLB offseason's first substantial transaction. If we had listened to this Rangers fan last week, though, we'd have already known about it.
Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Denny McLain hinted at some darker, less savory reasons for why the team traded first baseman Prince Fielder today on the Michigan radio show Doctor & Bentley. His comments are definitely suggestive, though it's not exactly clear what he's trying to get at.
Fielder was chasing a foul pop during this afternoon's win over the Mariners when he decided he needed a salty snack. Now at least there's an explanation for why he always returns the ball to the pitcher with cheese stains on it.
Some strange things happened at tonight's All-Star Game in New York. A Kansas City player got a hit, for one. (The last Royal to do that was Bo Jackson.) Yankees closer Mariano Rivera entered the game in a save situation, but didn't earn the save. The weirdest parts, though? That Prince Fielder hit a triple, and Tim…
A 440-foot shot if it weren't for that meddling catwalk at Tropicana, probably.