Dexter Fowler will be missed on the North side, and the feeling will be mutual. But he has officially moved on — to the Cubs’ biggest rivals, no less.
The deal is believed to be for five years and is in the $80-90 million.
TELANDER: It’s hard to know how to feel beyond ecstatic about something that no one alive has ever seen happen before. Maybe ecstatic is enough.
History was made Wednesday night, with the Cubs’ first World Series win since 1908. Here are 7 moments to remember.
In Tuesday’s first inning, the Cubs’ leadoff man will become the first African-American to play for the Cubs in the World Series.
Joe Maddon says the Cubs go as leadoff hitter Dexter Fowler goes. But will Fowler’s role with the club disappear when this playoff run is over?