Born on May 9, 1984, Prince Semien Fielder is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) first baseman and designated hitter who represented the Milwaukee Brewers, Detroit Tigers, and Texas Rangers.
The name of Fielder’s grandfather was disclosed. While playing for the Nashville Sounds and the Triple-A All-Star Break in 2005, he married Chanel. Their two boys are. Fielder filed for divorce in May 2013, but by March 2014, they were back together. They are citizens of Florida’s Windermere.
Fielder has a tattoo that reads “왕자,” which is Korean for “Prince,” on the left side of his neck. MLB first baseman All-Star who played for the Milwaukee Brewers from 2007 to 2011, hitting over 30 home runs each season, including a career-high 50 in 2007. Between 2012 and 2013, he was a member of the Detroit Tigers until being traded to the Texas Rangers in 2014.
Straight out of high school, the Milwaukee Brewers selected him in the first round. He wed Chanel Fielder, and the two of them had Jadyn and Haven as children. In the big leagues, his father Cecil Fielder was a renowned power hitter as well.
How many hits did Prince Fielder have?
Prince Fielder is an outstanding batter by any fair metric. The first baseman for the Detroit Tigers has a career batting line of.286/.389/.527 and is one of just 17 players in MLB history to have hit at least 285 home runs through his age-29 season.