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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".
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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.

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