That doesn't mean there isn't anything happening with Fielder, however. Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun reveals the club is talking to Milwaukee about Fielder. It's only the beginning stages of discussion and may not even advance to the intermediate stages, but the talks are there.
The Brewers, obviously, want a pitcher in return for Fielder, and he's gotta be young. It's hard to fathom Baltimore giving up Brian Matusz, but could Chris Tillman be a possibility? There was some scuttlebutt that Tillman was headed to Arizona for Mark Reynolds, but that didn't turn into anything. The point was made, though: while Tillman still has oodles of potential, he's not of the untouchable variety.
For the Orioles to give up someone like Tillman or prospect Zach Britton, however, Baltimore would want a contract signed with Fielder. The slugger is in his final year of arbitration and rejected a $100 million contract from Milwaukee previously, so the Orioles would have to be prepared to bring it.
UPDATE : The Dodgers, White Sox and Rangers are three other teams that have called on Fielder. At this point, the Brewers are trying to gauge the market before moving forward.
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