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AL Player of Week Goes to Orioles Player

Colton Cowser was named the AL Player of the Week on April 16th. He’s become an everyday player for the Baltimore Orioles. He’s had a hot start to the season and is just 24 years old. The youngster has four home runs, 15 RBI, 18 hits, three stolen bases, and a .400 batting average. Talk about sensational and impressive.

Orioles’ Colton Cowser Earns AL Player of the Week

Cowser might find himself on his way to Rookie of the Year with the impressive numbers he has put up so far this season. He is one of the best Orioles prospects currently on their team. Cowser has put the league on notice and is on fire. However, he got off to a tough start when he entered the big leagues. Making his debut last season, he went 7-for-61 in 2023. But he then tore it up in spring training with six home runs, and now his past troubles seem to be behind him. Cowser is one of many talented prospects that the Orioles have.

The wild thing about the Orioles is that Jackson Holliday, Adley Rutschman, and Gunnar Henderson get all the attention. But they have Cowser, Heston Kjerstad, Coby Mayo, and Connor Norby all waiting to get tapped. Cowser can be called many things, but at the end of the day, he is a beast, and it will be intriguing to see how his numbers end up as the season progresses. The young talent across MLB continues to come forward. While we can appreciate the veteran players who have put in their blood, sweat, and tears, it’s hard to ignore all the talented young guns in baseball.

Cowser Continues to Moo

Cowser has been red hot as he looks to continue to moo his way to the top. He is on another planet at the plate right now. It’s hard to believe some people doubted this as a must-add to their fantasy teams. He cannot be stopped and deserves all the credit and recognition he has received. Going from a tough debut last season to playing at such a high level so far in 2024 makes you realize that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Destroying pitches before you even get a chance to see them being hit is one reason why he is the AL Player of the Week.


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