Dexter Fowler was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the 14th round of the 2004 MLB Draft and would make his debut for the Rockies four years later in 2008. On April 27th, 2009 Fowler stole five bases in a game against the Padres tying a rookie record. Then in the following season in 2010, Dexter led the MLB in triples as he hit 14. Overall Fowler spent six years in Colorado before he was traded to Houston where he spent just one season and then was moved again this time to the Cubs.
Fowler really made a name for himself in his two seasons playing center field for the Chicago Cubs. In 2016, in his second year with the club, Dexter made his first All-Star game as one of seven Cubs that made the team that year. Fowler was the lead-off hitter for Chicago for most of the year and made history in the World Series when he became the first ever player to hit a home run to lead off a Game 7 of a World Series. The Cubs would go on to win that game against the Indians 8-7 in extra innings giving Fowler his first World Series ring.
After winning the World Series with the Cubs, Fowler left them in free agency to sign a five-year $82.5 million deal with their division rival the St. Louis Cardinals. Dexter Fowler is one of the greatest personalities in all of baseball and his fans will love our exclusive memorabilia. These autographed collectibles are guaranteed to be authentic and will look great on display in your office or home.
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