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  • Astros' Trey Cabbage: Optioned to minors

    The Astros optioned Cabbage to Triple-A Sugar Land on Tuesday, Chandler Rome of The Athleticreports.

    The 26-year-old was acquired by the Astros from the Angels in late January, and he's now set to begin 2024 at the Triple-A level. Cabbage had a .553 OPS in 22 games for the Halos last season but spent most of the campaign at Triple-A Salt Lake, where he slashed .306/.379/.596 with 30 homers and 32 steals in 107 contests.

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  • Astros' Trey Cabbage: Lands with Astros in trade

    The Astros acquired Cabbage from the Angels on Wednesday in exchange for Carlos Espinosa.

    Cabbage had been designated for assignment over the weekend and now has a new home. The 26-year-old was one of just two minor leaguers to go 30-30 in 2023, collecting 30 home runs and 32 stolen bases at Triple-A Salt Lake. There's lots of swing and miss in his game, however, as he fanned at a 30 percent rate at Salt Lake and a whopping 46.4 percent rate during his brief time with the Angels. Cabbage will provide depth at first base and in the outfield.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Designated for assignment

    The Angels designated Cabbage for assignment Saturday, Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    With the signing of Matt Moore becoming official Saturday, Cabbage will lose his spot on the 40-man roster in order to clear room. Cabbage slashed .208/.232/.321 with seven RBI across 56 plate appearances for the Angels last season, though his .975 OPS in Triple-A could certainly draw interest from other clubs on the waiver wire.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Returns to Triple-A

    Cabbage was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday.

    The 26-year-old was called up by the Angels on Aug. 25 and went 4-for-19 with a double, an RBI, three runs and nine strikeouts in 10 games. Cabbage will now return to Salt Lake, where he has a .307/.372/.595 slash line with 27 homers and 31 steals this season.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Starting in left field

    Cabbage is starting in left field and will hit seventh in Thursday's game against the Guardians, Rhett Bollinger of reports.

    Cabbage was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Aug. 25, but he's started only five of 12 games since. However, the Angels placed Randal Grichuk on waivers Wednesday, so the team could give Cabbage some additional playing time down the stretch. In his latest stint in the majors, the rookie outfielder has gone 3-for-13 with six strikeouts.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Recalled from Salt Lake

    The Angels recalled Cabbage from Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday.

    With Mike Trout (wrist) headed back to the injured list, Cabbage will come up from the minors to take Trout's place and provide additional depth to Los Angeles' outfield. The 26-year-old has slashed .406/.443/.688 with four home runs and 17 RBI across 71 plate appearances since being optioned to Salt Lake at the end of July, though his minor-league success has yet to translate to the big leagues.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Sent back to minors

    The Angels optioned Cabbage to Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday.

    Cabbage lost hold of his near-everyday role as well as his spot on the Angels' 26-man active roster after the club acquired first baseman C.J. Cron and outfielder Randal Grichuk in a trade with the Rockies on Sunday. Though the 26-year-old was versatile during his time in Anaheim with starts at first base and in right and center field, he hit just .206 with no walks and a 48.6 percent strikeout rate in 35 plate appearances. He'll get a chance to continue playing on a regular basis back in Salt Lake.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Sitting Saturday

    Cabbage isn't in the Angels' lineup Saturday against the Blue Jays, Erica Weston of Bally Sports West reports.

    The Angels appear to have fallen into a pattern of giving Cabbage a day off every other game, and Saturday marks a rest day for the 26-year-old. Mike Moustakas will start at first base for Anaheim, allowing Eduardo Escobar to man the hot corner.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Pops first big-league homer

    Cabbage went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's 8-5 win over the Pirates.

    Cabbage is hitting .333 (5-for-15) through his first six major-league contests. He was able to check off another milestone Friday with his first homer, a solo shot in the fourth inning off Johan Oviedo. The 26-year-old is likely to continue playing mostly against right-hander pitchers, and it appears the Angels are content to trot out a platoon of Cabbage and Eduardo Escobar at first base for now, with Mike Moustakas seeing more work at third base.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Hits bench versus lefty

    Cabbage is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Yankees, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.

    With southpaw Carlos Rodon on the hill for the Yankees, the lefty-hitting Cabbage will retreat to the bench, paving the way for Eduardo Escobar to pick up a start at first base. Cabbage, who went 4-for-10 with a pair of doubles and two RBI while starting each of the past three games, should have a fairly clear path to playing time versus right-handed pitching so long as both Anthony Rendon (shin) and Brandon Drury (shoulder) are on the IL.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Knocks three hits

    Cabbage went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI in Sunday's loss to Houston.

    Cabbage went 0-for-2 in his first two MLB appearances but broke through with a three-hit game Sunday. His first career hit was a single in the second inning followed by a two-run double in the fourth. Cabbage slashed .287/.358/.576 with 23 homers at the Triple-A level and could maintain regular playing time in MLB if his bat keeps pace.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Makes big-league debut

    Cabbage grounded out as a pinch hitter in his only plate appearance against Houston on Friday.

    Cabbage received his first major-league call-up Friday and pinch hit for Michael Stefanic in the eighth inning, grounding into a fielder's choice with a pair of runners on base and one out. Cabbage has impressed in the minors over the past two seasons, including at Triple-A this year, where he slashed .287/.358/.576 with 23 homers, 64 RBI and 24 steals -- albeit with a 31.3 percent strikeout rate -- over 81 games. The 26-year-old may get a decent look with the Angels currently wracked by injuries to multiple position players, but he isn't expected to see an everyday role.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Contract purchased Friday

    Cabbage's contract was selected from Triple-A Salt Lake on Friday.

    The 26-year-old has seen time at first base, right field and left field this year at Triple-A while slashing .287/.358/.576 with 23 home runs and 24 steals in 81 games. He hits the ball very hard, but his 31.3 percent strikeout rate and age suggest he could be a Quad-A hitter.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Shifted to minor-league camp

    The Angels reassigned Cabbage to minor-league camp Tuesday.

    Cabbage was dominating in Double-A last season, slashing .327/.434/.664 with 10 home runs and 32 RBI through 136 plate appearances, but his season was cut short in mid-May after he fractured his left forearm. He's done well in spring ball this year too, so the 25-year-old outfielder will likely begin 2023 in Triple-A.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Healthy for spring camp

    Cabbage (forearm) has appeared in each of the Angels' first four Cactus League games, going 2-for-7 with a double and two walks.

    Cabbage didn't appear in any minor-league games after mid-May of last season due to a left forearm fracture, but he was cleared for the start of spring training and appears to be making up for the lost time by getting plenty of at-bats early on during Cactus League play. Though he's seen most of his time in the minors in the corner outfield, Cabbage has been deployed exclusively as a designated hitter or first baseman so far this spring, so it's possible his left throwing shoulder isn't yet back to 100 percent. Regardless, Cabbage looks like he'll be ready to go for the start of the upcoming minor-league season, with Triple-A Salt Lake or Double-A Rocket City being his most likely destination.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Facing extended absence

    Cabbage is expected to miss 3-to-4 months after he was diagnosed with a fractured left forearm, which he suffered Friday in a game for Double-A Rocket City, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

    Before picking up the injury, Cabbage slashed .327/.434/.664 with 10 home runs and 10 stolen bases over 136 plate appearances. His projected recovery timeline puts him in danger of missing the rest of the season.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Placed on 7-day IL

    Cabbage was placed on Double-A Rocket City's 7-day injured list with an undisclosed injury Saturday.

    The club has yet to specify the nature of Cabbage's injury, but it is almost certainly tied to the collision at first base that resulted in his removal from Friday night's contest. The 25-year-old has been raking for the Trash Pandas this season, posting a .327/.434/.664 slash line through 30 games. Cabbage leads the Southern League with 10 home runs and 32 RBI and has added 10 stolen bases.

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  • Angels' Trey Cabbage: Raking in Double-A ball

    Cabbage is slashing .350/.480/.738 with eight home runs, 21 RBI and seven stolen bases over 22 games for Double-A Rocket City.

    A fourth-round pick by Minnesota in the 2015 Draft, Cabbage slugged 27 homers and drove in 82 RBI between two minor-league levels in 2021 before parting ways with the Twins organization. The Angels signed him to a minor-league deal last November, and Cabbage is off to a fast start for the Trash Pandas with eight homers in just 80 at-bats. The 25-year-old was recently named the Southern League player of the month for April and is making a strong push for a promotion to Triple-A ball. It bears mentioning, however, that Cabbage has long struggled with contact issues, and that flaw hasn't disappeared this season, as he's striking out at a 35 percent rate through 100 plate appearances.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 204 lbs
Birthplace: Knoxville, TN
Age: 26
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: L, R