An all-star outfielder who finished ‘The Goat’s Curse’ after 108 years, opens the second act of his baseball life as a broadcast critic

Former Chicago Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler (37), who announced his retirement from active duty, opens the second act of his baseball life as a baseball critic. 

‘Blick Kirby Blue’, which mainly deals with Chicago Cubs news, announced on the 2nd (hereinafter Korean time), “Fowler will join as a studio critic for ‘Marquis Sports Network’, a broadcasting channel that exclusively broadcasts Cubs games.”  

The broadcaster welcomed Fowler, who played an important role for the Cubs in 2015 and 2016, to join the Marquis Sports Network. 

Fowler, who made his big league debut with the Colorado Rockies in 2008, played for the Houston Astros, Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Angels. He played in 1460 games over 14 years of his career, going 2.5 9 Lee (1306 hits in 5040 at-bats) with 127 home runs, 517 RBIs, 817 runs scored and 149 stolen bases.  메이저놀이터

Having played for the Cubs for two years from 2015, he posted a batting average of .261, 275 hits, 30 homers, 94 RBIs and 186 runs in 281 games. In particular, he had his best season by winning the World Series along with his first All-Star selection in his 2016 debut.

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