Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder was born to hit home runs. He spent his childhood at the ballpark with his dad, former Major League Baseball star Cecil Fielder. Like his father before him, Prince is one of the most-feared sluggers. In the 2007 season Prince hit 50 home runs, the youngest player to ever reach that mark. He was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2011 All-Star Game after helping his team with a three-run home run. But Prince is more than just a big hitter. Learn more about Prince's journey to baseball stardom.