The Rankings are open top debate, however, it is unanimous that Prince Fielder, son of former Tigers slugger Cecil Fielder, is the real deal. Fielder made his big-league debut in 2005 and apparently showed the Brewers enough -- he hit .288 with two homers and 10 RBI in 57 at-bats -- for management to decide that the future is now. "I'm very happy for him," said Eau Gallie baseball coach Bob Collins. "He deserves everything he gets in baseball."