Rickie Fowler shows his pitching game is strong at Cardinals spring training

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We already knew Rickie Fowler could putt, but who knew the PGA star could throw heat, too?

After picking up his fourth PGA Tour win at the Honda Classic last month, Fowler is taking some time off before he begins prepping for the Masters in April. And on Tuesday, the young pro golfer stopped by Cardinals camp in Jupiter, Fla., to check out his favorite major-league team  — and throw a bullpen session, of course.

Fowler, who is originally from California, lives near the Cards’ spring training facility. He recently made Jupiter his offseason home when he purchased a lavish $14 million waterfront estate.

If the whole PGA Tour thing doesn’t work out for Fowler, he just might have a future in Major League Baseball. But as the ninth-ranked golfer in the world, it’s probably safe to say the 28-year-old still has his best golf ahead of him.