|2015 Regular Season|
Fielder is sizzling with 12 hits in his last 25 ABs for a .480 average.
Fielder is 10 for 21 over a six-game hitting streak.
Fielder, who also doubled, is 16 for 46 (.348) with five doubles and two homers in his last 13 games.
Fielder homered in the first inning of the Rangers game at the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night. Cecil Fielder hit 319 home runs in a 13-year career with Toronto, Detroit, New York, Anaheim and Cleveland. Barry Bonds is the career home run leader with 762. Bobby Bonds connected 332 times in a 14-year career that ended in 1981.
Fielder, who has driven in one run in five straight, is second in the majors with 24 RBIs since May 22, spanning 24 games.
Fielder leads the AL with a .347 average.
Fielder leads the league with a .356 average.
Fielder continues to lead the league with a .358 average.
Fielder is batting an ungodly .472 with an out-of-sight 1.459 OPS in his last nine games.
Fielder leads the majors with a .371 average after he connected for a three-run shot Tuesday and went 3 for 5. Fielder is an astounding 14 for 24 with five homers and 15 RBIs in his last five games and looks like an MVP candidate.