I guess when it comes down to it, I don't need to add much to the headline. Yomiuri is trying to get Josh Fields out of the Rockies organization. The news comes from Sports Hochi, which is part of the Yomiuri media group, and says the Giants are "pouring all their effort into agreeing to a contract quickly." The Giants are reportedly looking at Fields as a third base alternative to Rusty Ryal, who has really struggled this year. None of Yomiuri's homegrown options seem to have the chops for the hot corner.
Fields was once The White Sox' heir apparent to Joe Crede, and has a 23 home run season on his resume, back in 2007. He hasn't done much at the Major League level since then, those it seems he has quite a bit of MLB roster time as he hasn't played more than 75 games at 3A since 2006. This is his first year in the hitter-friendly PCL, and he's tearing it up to the tune of .365/.429/.674. I actually took a long look at Fields when the news came out that Hiroshima was looking for help, but that I thought with his line he might get a look with the Rockies.
This seems like a deal that has a good chance at getting done. I think Yomiuri picked a good guy to go after, though in retrospect, simply keeping Edgar Gonzalez wouldn't have been a bad move.