Kaleb Cowart

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Kaleb Bryant Cowart

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Kaleb Cowart was a first-round pick in the 2010 amateur draft.

Cowart was a power-hitting third baseman in high school who hit 97 mph on the radar gun when he toed the hill. Most scouts were projecting him as a pitcher going into the 2010 draft, though he wanted to focus on hitting. He went 18th overall, to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, as compensation for the loss of Chone Figgins to free agency. The scout was Chris McAlpin. He went 5 for 26 with a walk and a homer for the 2010 AZL Angels and Orem Owlz in his pro debut.

After being called up by the Angels to make his major league debut on August 18, 2015, Kaleb started his big league career 0 for 14. his first hit was a home run off Marco Estrada of the Toronto Blue Jays on August 22nd.

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