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News & Notes 11/21/13 - Prince Traded to New Kingdom

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Welcome Ian Kinsler to the AL Central and wave goodbye to Prince Fielder.

Say goodbye to Detroit, Prince.
Say goodbye to Detroit, Prince.
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