Prince Fielder Rumors: Father Cecil Fielder Thinks Son Could Play For Nationals, According To Interview

Local 106.7 FM radio host Holden Kushner and former MLB General Manager Jim Duquette host a MLB show on SiriusXM radio, and one of their guests Sunday was former major league slugger Cecil Fielder, who just happens to be the father of free agent Price Fielder, a bopper the Washington Nationals may or may not have a lot of interest in signing, depending on what reports you listen to. Cecil and Prince's estranged relationship over the years has been a topic of media conversation, but it appears the father and son spoke on Christmas Eve, and Cecil thinks the Nationals would be a good fit for Price and ultimately that is where the younger Fielder ends up:

Cecil Fielder talking to us about Prince playing for the #Nationals, "Personally, I think that's what's gonna happen".
Jan 08 via webFavoriteRetweetReply

Full audio of the interview can be found here.

In seven major-league seasons, Fielder, 27, owns a .282 batting average with 230 homers and 656 runs batted in. The 2011 season saw the Milwaukee slugger hit .299 with 38 home runs and 120 runs batted in.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Washington Nationals, visit SB Nation's Nats' blog, Federal Baseball. For all your MLB free agency news, visit Baseball Nation.

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