"A body in motion tends to stay in motion. Especially Prince Fielder's." - Isaac Newton
Prince Fielder is a walking physics lesson. That is to say, Prince Fielder is a wobbling, jiggling, steamrolling physics lesson. Although a primitive might think something as massive as Prince Fielder could only be powered by a magical source of extreme potency, modern chemistry and physics allow us to explain bodies in motion like planets and Prince Fielder. Prince Fielder is fat. We're not saying anything new here. Prince Fielder is delightfully fat. Amazingly, gloriously, and mysteriously athletically fat.
Prince Fielder is now eligible to be a Super Smash Bros. playable character.
The tail number on that truck was 28.
And he's out! and out! and out! Eh, just give it to him. He's fat.
What goes down must slowly and painfully come back up.
When two objects collide, kinetic energy is transferred, usually to the smaller object.
After being absorbed by several layers of fat, it really feels more like a tickle.
Prince Fielder hates stationary pieces of wood, but he likes bats. Bats are his friend.
That high five has a lot of momentum behind it.