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Fielder optimistic after Rangers acquire him for Kinsler

Major League Baseball

ARLINGTON, Texas — Prince Fielder could have vetoed the blockbuster swap of All-Star players that sent him to the Texas Rangers less than two years after signing his big deal with Detroit.
The slugging first baseman decided to take the fresh start with a new team.
“Obviously, it’s another good team, “ Fielder said Thursday, a day after being sent to Texas for second baseman Ian Kinsler. “I didn’t think it was going to be a bad thing and plus, most of all, I thought it was going to be good for everyone. I just wanted everyone to be happy ...

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