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Travs extend affiliation with Angels through 2016

By The Associated Press

This article was published May 21, 2014 at 12:49 p.m.


Arkansas Travelers third baseman Kaleb Cowart, who was named the Los Angeles Angels’ No. 1 prospect by Baseball America before last season, is looking to bounce back after struggling more than in any other season during his career.

The Arkansas Travelers have extended the team's affiliation with the Los Angeles Angels through 2016.

The Travelers are the Double-A affiliate of the Angels and have been affiliated with the team since 2001. Angels General Manager Jerry Dipoto and Travelers team president Russ Meeks made the announcement Wednesday.

The teams say 13 members of the Angels' current roster played for the Travelers at some point.

The Travelers are the Angels' second-highest affiliate, behind Triple-A Salt Lake.

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