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Dexter Fowler Remains In Search Of An MLB Opportunity

Veteran outfielder Dexter Fowler signed a minor league deal with the Toronto Blue Jays prior to the start of the 2022 season. However, it appears that he will have to continue searching for opportunities. Fowler never got a chance with the Blue Jays. As a result, he has been released...
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Former All-Star OF Dexter Fowler granted release from Blue Jays

Outfielder Dexter Fowler requested and was granted a release from his minor league contract with the Blue Jays, reports Scott Mitchell of TSN Sports (Twitter link). Toronto elected not to select him onto the big league roster, and Fowler is now a free agent. The 36-year-old Fowler signed with the...
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Blue Jays: Dexter Fowler Released from Contract

The Dexter Fowler experiment in Buffalo has come to a close as per Sportsnet’s Ben Nicholson-Smith this afternoon. The Blue Jays had signed Fowler to a Minor League Contract at the end of March in hopes of giving him an opportunity in Toronto. Fowler started three games for the Buffalo Bisons from Thursday to Saturday this past week and was impressive collecting five hits in 12 at bats (.412), which included a pair of walks, three RBI and one sacrifice fly, while also scoring five runs. Fowler hit lead-off in each of the three games and helped the Bisons win two of the three games prior to being released.

Toronto Blue Jays add Dexter Fowler in low-risk depth move

Dexter Fowler and the Toronto Blue Jays have had their names intertwined for years. Now the veteran outfielder will finally be joining the team that tried to trade for him all the way back in 2014. This time, however, Dexter Fowler coming to the Toronto Blue Jays won’t be as...

Former Cubs fan favorite Dexter Fowler latches on with Blue Jays

After a season-ending injury derailed his hopes of reuniting with former Cubs manager Joe Maddon and making another postseason run with the Angels last year, outfielder Dexter Fowler is now in Blue Jays camp, looking to catch on with the club here in the final week of spring action. There...

Blue Jays expected to sign Dexter Fowler to minor-league deal

The Blue Jays are expected to sign veteran center fielder Dexter Fowler to a minor-league deal with an invite to the remainder of Major League Spring Training, tweets Keegan Matheson of Sportsnet’s Arash Madani first noted that Fowler, a client of Excel Sports Management, had a locker set up in the Jays’ clubhouse.

Blue Jays add Dexter Fowler on minor-league deal

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed veteran outfielder Dexter Fowler to a minor-league contract with an invitation to MLB camp, the team announced Thursday. Fowler appeared in just seven games for the Los Angeles Angels in 2021 before suffering a season-ending knee injury. The 36-year-old could provide another outfield option...

Blue Jays sign veteran outfielder Dexter Fowler to MiLB contract

According to MLB’s Keegan Matheson the Blue Jays are in an agreement with 36-year old veteran outfielder Dexter Fowler on a Minor League contract. The one-time All-Star is coming off a 2021 season that saw him play in only seven games, as he tore his ACL while playing against the Blue Jays in early April and it caused him to undergo surgery and miss the remainder of the year.
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Blue Jays' Dexter Fowler: Signs MiLB deal with Toronto

Fowler (knee) agreed to a minor-league contract with the Blue Jays on Wednesday, Keegan Matheson of reports. The contract includes an invitation to big-league spring training, where Fowler will look to impress during what's left of camp to earn a spot on the Blue Jays' Opening Day roster as a reserve outfielder. Fowler was limited to just seven games with the Angels in 2021, after his season ended in April when he suffered an ACL tear. The 36-year-old might not yet be fully healthy, so Fowler could stay behind at the Blue Jays' spring training facility in Florida to continue his rehab program once the team heads north for the start of the regular season. In his last relatively full season in 2019, the 36-year-old produced a career-high 19 long balls and 67 RBI while slashing .238/.346/.409 across 150 games with the Cardinals.