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Tigers trade Prince Fielder to Rangers for Ian Kinsler

The first major blockbuster trade of the MLB hot stove season broke on Wednesday, with the Detroit Tigers sending slugging first baseman Prince Fielder and cash considerations to the Texas Rangers for Ian Kinsler.

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Prince Fielder says trade was 'good for everyone'

The former Tiger has a positive outlook on the blockbuster deal that sends him to Texas.

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Fielder-Kinsler reactions roundup

Need your fill of Fielder-Kinsler #hottakes? We've got them in spades. This is the Internet, after all.

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Cabrera wants to retire as a Tiger

Cabrera declared his desire to be "a Tiger for life" on Tuesday. A day later, the team took a massive step toward potentially making that happen.

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Prince Fielder, Ian Kinsler talk trade ... in 2010

Back in 2010, Prince Fielder and Ian Kinsler were in a commercial for ESPN Sunday Night Baseball (thanks to Sam Miller of Baseball Prospectus for the find), discussing trades involving one another. Foreshadowing?

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Fielder-Kinsler trade shocks everyone

Approximately zero people saw this one coming.

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Impact of Fielder-Kinsler trade

The huge trade pulled off by Detroit and Texas on Wednesday greatly benefits both teams.

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Kinsler-for-Fielder swap agreed upon

We have our first blockbuster of the offseason.

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