In June 2002, the Milwaukee Brewers would draft first baseman Prince Fielder seventh overall. He made his debut for the club in 2005, and didn’t leave until free agency ahead of the 2012 season. In those seven seasons — six full — Fielder hit .282/.390/.540 with 200 doubles and 230 home runs. The fewest amount of games he played in over those six seasons? 157 in 2006. And, his per-162 game average looked like this: 33 doubles, 38 home runs, 92 walks and 107 RBI. That’ll play. So ahead of Saturday’s Game 2 against the L.A. Dodgers, he came back to Miller Park to throw out the first pitch. And his old pal Ryan Braun got to catch it.