Found October 06, 2012 on Phillies Nation:
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According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, the Colorado Rockies are expected to shop outfielders Michael Cuddyer and Dexter Fowler. Before you get all giddy, this isn’t about Cuddyer, but Fowler and what he could potentially bring to the Phillies as their new centerfielder.Is Fowler really the answer? (Coloradosportsdesk.com)Cuddyer never seemed to be a fit in Philadelphia, even as many Phillies fans openly pined for him when he hit free agency last offseason.  He eventually signed on with the Rockies for $10.5 million per season, too rich for the Phillies blood. That’s a good thing.Fowler is the catch here. Renck mentions the Phillies by name in his post as a team that needs outfield help. In his end-of-the-season press conference alongside Charlie Manuel, GM Ruben Amaro stated that the free agent outfield crop was not strong. A trade could be the way. Does Fowler fit the mold?With Fowler, you’re getting a 25-year-old outfielder still coming into his own. He’s coming off his best ...
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