Heyman, who is a national baseball writer for
“They've used power-hitting but strikeout-prone
Fielder, who is represented by agent Scott Boras, is making $15.5 million this year and is said to want a nine-figure contract. And if Jayson Werth got one, you can be sure Fielder will get his, too.
The 27-year-old slugger is an MVP candidate in the
Obviously, that kind of production would look great on paper here in Baltimore, which in recent years has had a revolving door at first base. But it's going take a lot of paper to convince him to sign here.
I'm talking more than a hundred million in mesothelioma money. Will Peter Angelos be willing to pony it up?