Texas Ranger Prince Felder Retires

August 9, 2016

Texas Rangers first baseman Prince Fielder will announces his  retirement in a  press conference on Wednesday. The 2015 American League Comeback Player of the Year has been placed on the DL list due to neck injury. In 2014 Field had season ending neck surgery requiring cervical fusion to repair a herniated disk. This is Fielder's second neck injury in 27 months, before this injury Fielder was batting a career low of .212 with on 8 homeruns. Fielder is the son of former MLB first baseman Cecil Fielder and are the only father-one combination to each hit 50 homeruns in a season. Fiedler is signed through 2020 making $24 million per season, the Detroit Tigers are paying $6 million per season due to the 2013 trade involving Ian Kingler. This is another blow to the Texas Rangers, what team is plagued by multiple injuries. Stay tuned for more updates.

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