Fowler's wife to Chicago:

Fowler's wife to Chicago: "You were the highlight of Dexter’s career"


by - Senior Editor -

Former Chicago Cubs outfielder Dexter Fowler signed a five-year deal worth $82.5 million with the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday morning.

Dexter's wife Darya posted a goodbye message to the Chicago Cubs fans and thanking them for all their support over the last two years.

"Dear Chicago. Thank you," Darya Fowler said. "For welcoming our family with open arms. For always cheering for my husband and Naya’s daddy. For having our backs even after a bad day. You were the highlight of Dexter’s career. We made history and we will always keep Chicago and All Cubs fans close to us. Baseball is baseball for most of you, but for us it’s also our livelihood and our career. We have made a decision for our family and career and we’re ready to make history and embrace our new team and city !!! Thank you for always being classy! Cheers!"

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