Rockies outfielder Dexter Fowler enjoyed his third consecutive multi-hit performance Sunday afternoon against the Giants.Fowler singled four times as he finished 4 for 5 with two runs scored in a 5-0 win.Fowler is hitting .500 (10 for 20) with seven runs scored and two RBI in his last four games. He is hitting .286 with eight home runs and 18 RBI.
Before Saturday's game against the Giants, Rockies manager Walt Weiss said he was beginning to see "signs" of outfielder Dexter Fowler emerging from his hitting slump, according to The Denver Post.
"(Friday) night, (in the sixth inning), he flied out to center. Dex took that swing that I saw early this season and this spring," Weiss said. "He walked by and I said, 'You're back.' And he said, 'Yeah.'...
“Soon Dexter will be a 20 HR/20 SB player with a batting average over .300 and 100+ Runs easily. This season could be that season, and I would not let him slip too late as players like Dexter are not setup for a nice breakout season like he is with a violent Rockies offense.”