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25 Dexter Fowler CF

St. Louis Cardinals

Fantasy Stats
Own%Start%
89%76%
Key Stats
ABHRAVGRBIRSB
45613.276488413
Batting Summary
YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
2015CHC156596102149174684154207.346.411.250
2016CHC12545684126134879124134.393.447.276

Player Updates

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Cardinals' Dexter Fowler: Back from illness
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Fowler (illness) went 1-for-3 with a RBI and a run in Wednesday's spring league game.

Fowler was back on the field for the Cardinals on Wednesday after missing the previous two games with an illness. The 31-year-old didn't miss a beat in his return, collecting another hit and bringing his average to .357 (10-for-28) through 14 games this spring.

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Cardinals' Dexter Fowler: Scratched from Monday's lineup
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Fowler (illness) was a late scratch from Monday's lineup, Ben Fredrickson of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

The Cardinals' leadoff man reported to the clubhouse Monday afternoon with the intention of traveling with the team and starting later that night. However, he wasn't feeling well and did not board the team bus. Harrison Bader replaced him in the outfield Monday night, and with the team off Tuesday, the hope is Fowler will be ready to go by Wednesday afternoon's home game against the Nationals.

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Cardinals' Dexter Fowler: Continues torrid spring Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Fowler went 2-for-2 with two runs in Wednesday's 9-3 Grapefruit League win over the Nationals.

Fowler looks like one of the offseason's best investments, as he's already proven to be a dynamic table-setter in the leadoff role he'll occupy during the regular season. Wednesday's production brought the veteran outfielder's spring line to .462/.619/.538 with one double, three RBI, seven walks and a pair of stolen bases. The pace of his success at the plate is naturally unsustainable, especially considering Fowler has hit .300 only once over eight-plus major league seasons. However, one missing element from his otherwise stellar spring thus far that does figure to come around in time is the long ball. Although rightfully renowned for his speed, the 30-year-old has demonstrated solid pop over the years as well, smacking double-digit home runs in his two Cubs seasons and in four of the last five campaigns overall.

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Cardinals' Dexter Fowler: Excels in leadoff role in first spring game
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Fowler drew a pair of walks, scored twice and stole a base in Saturday's 8-7 Grapefruit League loss to the Marlins.

You could hardly have drawn up Fowler's debut as the new Cardinals leadoff man any better, as both of his at-bats had a positive impact on the scoreboard. He draw a five-pitch free pass in the first, promptly swiped second, and then eventually came around to score on Matt Carpenter's sacrifice fly. Following his second walk, Fowler came home again courtesy of Carpenter on the latter's third-inning two-run blast. Even though he only took two swings overall, Fowler was nevertheless very satisfied with his debut. "The way we manufactured that run in the first inning was key. If we can do that we'll win a lot of games."

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Cardinals' Dexter Fowler: Expected to provide multiple benefits in 2017
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Fowler, who inked a five-year, $82.5 million contract with the Cardinals in December, is expected to improve the team in several ways, Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports. "I think he's going to be a great fit, all the way around, in this community, on this team, in the lineup, in our clubhouse," manager Mike Matheny said. "[I'm] very, very excited about having him with us."

The veteran outfielder, who helped the Cubs to their first championship since 1908 last season, was brought to the division-rival Cardinals with the aim of improving the team's outfield defense, as well as to serve as a dynamic leadoff presence. The Cubs were notably 64-20 when Fowler had at least one hit last season, a testament to his table-setting skills at the top of the order. Additionally, his .367 career OBP when leading off ranks him as the fourth-best in that category for players with a minimum of 820 plate appearances since his rookie 2008 campaign. Fowler's savvy on the basepaths, which includes eight consecutive seasons with double-digit swipes, is also highly coveted by his new team, considering the Cardinals were last in the NL with 35 stolen bases in 2016. A residual benefit of his presence atop the lineup is that Matt Carpenter, who's served in that role for the last four seasons, will be able to slot into a spot more conducive to run production. Meanwhile, Fowler's ability to lock down center field will shift Randal Grichuk to left, where his glove will be considered an upgrade over the likes of the departed duo of Matt Holliday and Brandon Moss, who started a combined 143 games at the position in 2016.

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Situational Stats
SituationABHHROBPSLGAVG
vs Stephenson (Career)2112.000.667.500
vs RHP333909 .392 .435 .270
Last 7 Games
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10/28CLE4010000
10/29CLE4221100
10/30CLE3000001
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Fantasy Points by Week.   ( Actual    AccuScore Projections)   Note: Points are rounded down.
Batting Stats
YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
2008COL132634000501 .185 .154 .154
2009COL13543373115434671162710 .363 .406 .266
2010COL1324397311463657104138 .347 .410 .260
2011COL1254818412854568130129 .363 .432 .266
2012COL14345472136135368128125 .389 .474 .300
2013COL11941571109124265105199 .369 .407 .263
2014HOU1164346112083566108114 .375 .399 .276
2015CHC156596102149174684154207 .346 .411 .250
2016CHC12545684126134879124134 .393 .447 .276
Total 1064373462310017833955497412757 .366 .422 .268
Fielding Stats
YearTeamPosnGGSTCPOAEDPFLD%
2008COLOF9513121011.000
2009COLOF127105256247542 .984
2010COLOF120103242239210 .996
2011COLOF122119323309682 .975
2012COLOF131116267257462 .978
2013COLOF110106237231332 .987
2014HOUOF111110247238451 .980
2015CHCOF152149346337542 .988
2016CHCOF121117229219641 .983
Total  100393021602089363513 .984
More Batting Stats
YearTeam2B3BTBSFSHHBPIBBGDP
2008COL00400100
2009COL2910176314114
2010COL201418007205
2011COL351520817636
2012COL181121526015
2013COL18316924615
2014HOU21417311326
2015CHC29824532514
2016CHC257204411103
Total 195721574164235938
Postseason Batting Stats
YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
2009COL41413021300 .235 .214 .214
2015CHC936610232610 .316 .500 .278
2016CHC177211183621711 .280 .444 .250
Total 30122183151152621 .285 .434 .254
Minor League Batting Stats
YearTeamGABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
2005 R-Casper6222043601044232773186 .357 .409 .273
2006 A-Asheville994059212031684643794323 .373 .462 .296
2007 A-Modesto6524543677522344642011 .397 .367 .273
2008 AA-Tulsa108421921413199646589208 .431 .515 .335
2009AA-Tulsa3103420033310 .538 .600 .400
2010AAA-Colorado Springs Sky271062336104213172710 .435 .566 .340
2011AAA-Colorado Springs Sky249717236129152421 .345 .381 .237
2013AAA-Colorado Springs Sky260000003210 .333 .000 .000
2014AAA-Oklahoma City Redhaw4101300012--00 .417 .300 .300
Total 394152031445497292718221936110649 .388 .454 .299
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Player Info

Height/Weight:
6-5/195
Birthdate:
3/22/1986
Age:
31
Hometown:
Atlanta, GA
Bats/Throws:
S/R
Team:
St. Louis Cardinals
College:

MLB Experience:
9