5:58 PM EST, Thu February 26, 2015

Twitter mailbag: Dexter Fowler

MESA, Ariz. -- New Chicago Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler took some time to answer your Twitter questions in this player mailbag. Follow Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) to join in on the next one. Fowler: I didn't have to go up there too many times. I went up there twice against Josh Hamilton. I caught it. No injuries. One time I fell on my knee and the other time just ran it down. DF: I don't have a goal. Run when I get a green light and steal a lot of them.

Spring preview: The Outfield

Spring training previews continue as pitchers and catchers report for the Chicago Cubs on Thursday. Today we examine the outfield. Holdovers: Jorge Soler, Chris Coghlan, Ryan Sweeney, Junior Lake, Matt Szczur Newcomers: Chris Denorfia, Dexter Fowler, Mike Baxter (non-roster invitee), Adron Chambers (non-roster invitee) Moved on: Justin Ruggiano, Ryan Kalish There shouldn’t be a lot of drama in the outfield during spring training as roles already are pretty well defined.

Fowler, and a little Banks inspiration, could do wonders for Cubs

CHICAGO -- OK, Anthony Rizzo, you have my attention. Same with you, Sporting News. Well, sort of. The aforementioned publication picked the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series in 2015. Some would say that’s bold. I’d call it stupid. Then again, selling papers -- or earning web clicks -- isn't always about what’s smart. The online magazine made that prediction before the Cubs picked up leadoff man Dexter Fowler. Similarly, Cubs first baseman Rizzo declared his team the one to beat in the National League Central Division just days before Fowler was acquired from the Houston Astros...

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