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Kaleb Cowart’s unusual 2015 season

They say sometimes you have to hit rock bottom before you can begin to rise back up to the top. For Los Angeles Angels prospect Kaleb Cowart, the Spring of 2015 had to be the rock bottom of his professional career. Cowart was drafted by the Angels with the 18th overall pick in 2010, but his career had stalled out after two lackluster seasons at AA Arkansas. A demotion to Class A...
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Halo Headlines: Weaver won’t face suspension, Newcomb and Cowart get accolades

The September 18, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news including Jered Weaver likely not facing a suspension for Wednesday’s ejection and Sean Newcomb and Kaleb Cowart earning accolades and more… The Story: Weaver probably won’t be suspended for throwing at Kyle Seager MWAH Says: Nor should he be. The whole thing was much ado about nothing and all the subsequent retorts...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Rookie Cowart on finally making Angels' debut: 'It's honestly still a dream'

The story of Kaleb Cowart is one of resilience. Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels in 2010, Cowart toiled in the minor leagues for years, unable to really put together the kind of stat line and progression that most expected from him as a first-round pick. On Tuesday, the Halos rewarded Cowart for his determination by promoting him to play third base and start in his very first MLB...
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August 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Halo Headlines: Angels call up Cowart, DFA Gillaspie, Trout meets Nina Agdal

The August 19th, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news including Angels call up Cowart, DFA Gillaspie, Trout meets Nina Agdal and much more… The Story: The Angels called up Kaleb Cowart and designated Conor Gillaspie for assignment.The Monkey Says: The comeback has now come full circle for Cowart who will be the starting third baseman for the Angels until David Freese returns...
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August 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Angels Prospect Kaleb Cowart Promoted to the Big Leagues after hitting the Reset Button in Triple-A

The Angels promoted former 1st round pick Kaleb Cowart today after thriving in Triple-A Salt Lake, batting .323 with a .395 on-base percentage, .491 slugging percentage, six homers, 13 doubles and 45 RBIs in 62 games in the PCL, striking out 64 times and walking 29 times in 220 at-bats. He also played some left field, shortstop and first base while with the Bees.  Cowart reverted...
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August 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Is Kaleb Cowart A Top Prospect Again?

The Angels have a lot of exciting pitching prospects. Andrew Heaney and Sean Newcomb are the only arms that get any real national hype, but aren’t the lone pitchers of promise in the system. Guys like Nick Tropeano, Nate Smith, Chris Ellis, Jeremy Rhoades, and Tyler DeLoach are solid in their own right, and (along with several others) have helped give the organization a depth of...
Via Monkey with a Halo
July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Kaleb Cowart Back On Top - Prospect Hotlist (July 13- July 19th, 2015)

By Adrian Noche, Minor League Reporter -  1.) Kaleb Cowart, Third Baseman, Salt Lake Bees Past 10 games: .438 AVG  14 H  2 Doubles  1 Triple  2 HR  0 SB Overall: .273/.356/.442 After his struggles in the lower minors, Kaleb Cowart is making a mockery out of the PCL. In 51 games for the Inland Empire 66ers, Cowart batted .242 with an OPS of .712. Now...
Via Angelswin
July 20, 2015  |  Discuss

LA Angels Prospects Countdown #12: Kaleb Cowart

Kaleb Cowart, what is their to say about him other than… “Ugh.” Once the crown jewel of the Angels system, Cowart instead appears to have followed in the grand tradition of Angels third base prospects that went bust in a big way. He’s still young enough that some hope remains, but how much? Kaleb CowartIn 10 words or less: Ashes, ashes, we all fall down. Position: 3B  Born...
Via Monkey with a Halo
January 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels Top 10 Prospects

The Los Angeles Angels have one of the worst farm systems in baseball. None of the prospects on this list project as All-Stars or even good Major League players. Cowart, Lindsey, and Cron have the potential to become solid regulars. The pitchers on this list all have high ceilings, but are very raw. Given the state of the Angels’ payroll and farm system, it is imperative that the...
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April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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