Collin Cowgill OF LAA 3 Months

Cowgill is not in the lineup Monday against the Mariners, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.

Cowgill had started the previous eight games while Josh Hamilton deals with a shoulder issue. He'll get the night off Monday as the Angels go with Kole Calhoun, Mike Trout and Efren Navarro in the starting outfield.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 4 Months

Cowgill will make his fifth straight start in the outfield Thursday against the Rangers, MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez reports.

Josh Hamilton's absence due to a shoulder injury has paved the way for Cowgill to pick up consistent starts, and he's made the most of it to date. He's batting 4-for-15 with a homer, four RBI, two runs and a stolen base during his previous four starts. It remains uncertain when or if Hamilton will return to the lineup before the season is out, perhaps making Cowgill an intriguing pickup in AL-only or deeper formats.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 5 Months

Cowgill (nose) was reinstated from the disabled list Monday, Eric Kay of the Angels' official site reports.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 5 Months

Collin Cowgill (nose) expects to return from the disabled list in a couple of weeks.

Cowgill landed on the disabled list prior to the All-Star break after he was hit by a pitch on July 12 and broke both his nose and his right thumb. He had stitches removed from his nose on Monday and is likely a few days away from swinging a bat.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 6 Months

Angels placed OF Collin Cowgill on the 15-day disabled list with a nasal fracture.

Cowgill needed stitches after being hit on the nose by a pitch Saturday. He's expected to be fine, but with the All-Star break coming the Angels are playing it safe. Grant Green has replace him on the roster.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 6 Months

Collin Cowgill had stitches put in his nose Saturday.

Cowgill was hit by a pitch in the nose Saturday versus the Rangers. He was taken to a local hospital to have more tests done.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 6 Months

Collin Cowgill left Saturday's game against the Rangers after being hit by a pitch in the nose.

Cowgill looked to be fine other than a gash on his nose. Efren Navarro replaced him in left field.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 7 Months

Collin Cowgill smacked a walk-off solo homer over the left field fence to give the Angels a 2-1, 14-inning victory against the A's on Tuesday.

With two strikes, reliever Jeff Francis tossed an arrow-straight lazy fastball on the inner half of the plate which turned Cowgill's eyes into saucers. Cowgill got the bat head under it and blasted the ball over Yoenis Cespedes' head to end a game that lasted nearly five hours. The Angels close to within 2.5 games of the first-place A's. Riding a five-game winning streak, Los Angeles is closing the gap quickly.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 7 Months

Collin Cowgill went 3-for-4 with a three-run homer that gave the Angels all of their runs Saturday against the A's.

Cowgill was hitting ninth tonight even though the Angels were facing a lefty in Tommy Milone. It's his ability to hit lefties that should keep him in the majors after Josh Hamilton returns, though he does figure to take on a reduced role and lose most of his fantasy value in AL-only leagues.

Collin Cowgill OF LAA 7 Months

Collin Cowgill (hip) is back in the Angels' starting lineup on Tuesday night against the Astros.

Cowgill sat out Monday because of tightness in his hip flexor. It was never a serious concern. He is batting eighth and starting in center field on Tuesday.