Stat of the Night: Prince Continues to Climb

Prince Fielder had a pretty good night at the plate. He went 2-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and two RBI. His monster shot in the fourth inning gave him 500 career runs scored, 566 career RBI and 201 career home runs. His run scoring single in the seventh inning moved him past Greg Vaughn for eighth all time on the RBI leader board with 567 runs batted in. He should move up to sixth on this list pretty quickly. 


Player

RBI

Robin Yount

1406

Cecil Cooper

944

Paul Molitor

790

Geoff Jenkins

704

Ben Oglivie

685

Gorman Thomas

605

Jim Gantner

568

Prince Fielder

567

Greg Vaughn

566 

 

Prince would come around to score in the seventh inning as well, giving him 501 runs scored, good for eleventh place on the all-time list. Jeff Cirillo is just ahead with 506 runs scored. If that weren't enough, Fielder moved into a tie with Cecil Cooper for fourth all-time on the Crew's home run leader board. Quite a day, indeed.

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