From BR Bullpen
Enos Milton Cabell Jr.
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 5", Weight 185 lb.
- School Los Angeles Harbor Community College
- Debut September 17, 1972
- Final Game September 29, 1986
- Born October 8, 1949 in Fort Riley, KS USA
 Biographical Information
Enos Cabell played fifteen seasons in the big leagues and stole 238 bases. He played mostly third base and first base, and half of his career was spent with the Houston Astros in two separate stints.
Cabell drew very few walks, with a peak of 30 in 1985. As a result, his career on-base percentage was .308. On the other hand, he had a decent .277 batting average with a single-season high of .311 in 1983.
The similarity scores method shows the most similar player as Jim Piersall, although Piersall was primarily a center fielder while Cabell mostly played third and first. However, the two have similar batting averages, slugging percentages, and Adjusted OPS+ scores.
Since retiring as a player, Cabell has been a Houston Astros broadcaster (1991-1996) and currently works in the club's front office. Since 2005, he has been a Special Assistant to the General Manager (as of 2013).
He was a member of the Texas Southern University's Board of Regents from 1995-2001 and served as interim athletic director for the school in 2000.
 Notable Achievements
- 1971 MVP Texas League Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs
- NL At Bats Leader (1978)
- 100 Runs Scored seasons: 1 (1977)