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Cecil Fielder began his Major League career in 1985 with the Toronto Blue Jays. He would play with the Jays as a part time first and third baseman. At the conclusion of the 1988 season, the Hanshin Tigers in Japan signed Fielder to play with the team. After hitting 38 homeruns in Japan’s Central League in 1989, the Detroit Tigers signed Fielder prior to the 1990 season. In his first season with Detroit, Fielder emerged as an elite player in the Major Leagues, hitting 51 homeruns and adding an additional 132 RBI’s. Throughout his tenure with Detroit, Fielder was a 3 time All-Star, 2 time Silver Slugger Award winner, 2 time AL home run champion and a 3 time AL RBI champion. In June of 1996, Fielder was traded to the New York Yankees, where he arrived just in time to be a crucial part of the Yankees’ 1996 World Series Championship team. Fielder would also have brief stints with the Anaheim Angels and the Cleveland Indians before retiring in 1999.