Prince Fielder is still without a team.

Though a club can swoop out of nowhere and make a bid on Fielder, the number of teams vying for the prized free agent has dwindled and it's becoming increasingly unclear where he will end up. The Rangers, who appeared to be a major contender for Fielder, have probably dropped out of the running now that they spent $50 million to negotiate with Yu Darvish.

Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopolous has previously stated that the Blue Jays won't offer a contract beyond five years for Fielder, but agent Scott Boras is searching for deal that will be in the area of six-to-10 years, and over $20 million a season.

At the moment, the Cubs appear be the most logical destination for Fielder. The Cubs need a first baseman, as well as a slugger now that Aramis Ramirez is gone. New general manager Theo Epstein may have a bargain on his hands by adding Fielder considering the shortage of bidders.

With Albert Pujols off the Cardinals, adding Fielder could position Chicago as the NL Central favorites. The Cubs don't have a strong farm system, and a slugger of Fielder's caliber may not be available for quite some time on the free-agent market.

The Seattle Mariners are another club that stand a good chance to sign Fielder. The Mariners desperately need someone to boost the club's weak slugging percentage, and could use some star power in the lineup. However, Seattle may not be willing to break the bank for Fielder, and it's unclear if he would want to play on the West Coast.

Jon Heyman of cited a source that claimed the Orioles are interested in Fielder. The Nationals may also be make a move on the Brewers' star, though they might be hesitant to make another big-name signing after devoting a high portion of their payroll to adding Jayson Werth last season.