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."
Young Fielder Is Brewers? Top Prospect