Fowler went 3-for-5 with a two-run double, another two-bagger and two runs in Thursday's 8-5 win over the Reds. Fowler's fourth multi-hit effort over the last five contests also included his eighth and ninth RBI over that span. The hot-hitting outfielder has already raised his season average 12 points to .270 in 41 September plate appearances while also generating a .520 wOBA and season-best 46.4 percent hard contact rate in that stretch.
Fowler went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run during Wednesday's win over Cincinnati. Injuries have taken a toll on Fowler this season, but when in the lineup, he's provided nice numbers for the Cards and fantasy owners. He's now homered in three consecutive games to give him a career-high 18 bombs and 59 RBI for the campaign. Additionally, his .862 OPS is just a single point below his previous personal-best mark from the 2012 season when he called Coors Field home.
Fowler went 3-for-4 with a double, his 17th homer, two RBI and three runs against the Reds on Tuesday. After a short stretch out of the lineup due to yet another of the injuries that have impacted his season so severely, Fowler's come back with three straight multi-hit efforts, including homers in the last two games. There have been a lot of stops and starts for him in 2017, but Fowler's been a quality fantasy play when healthy.
Fowler went 2-for-5 with a three-run homer in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Cubs. Fowler provided all the offense against his former team, pulling his new club out of a 3-0 hole in the sixth inning only to see Chicago answer with a run in the seventh. The 31-year-old is just one homer shy of tying his 2015 career high, but he has swiped only five steals after reaching double digits in each of the previous eight.
Fowler (hand) is starting in center field and batting fifth during Sunday's game against the Cubs. Fowler was struck on the hand by a pitch in the ninth inning of Saturday's game, but subsequent X-rays came back negative. The center fielder is ready to suit up for Sunday's series finale against Jose Quintana and the first-place Cubs.
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