After one report suggested the slugger was a no-go in D.C., his agent meets with Nats ownership.
With all the optimism surrounding the Nationals these days even without before? a certain slugging first baseman joining forces, following the movements of the perennial N.L. East power in Philadelphia has become required day-to-day activity.
Everywhere I look, I see people rationalizing why the Washington Nationals should not sign the 27-year-old first basemen when in reality it makes so much sense.
CSNwashington.com's Mark Zuckerman is a Baseball Hall of Fame voter. Who made his ballot this year? Barry Larkin, the newest inductee to Cooperstown, sure did.
Some think Prince Fielder signing is not for Nationals.