Collin Cowgill makes an early impression #MoreCowgill

It didn’t take very long for newly acquired outfielder, Collin Cowgill to make an impression amongst New York Mets fans. Anyone whose playing style is compared to Lenny Dykstra has the chance to a fan favorite in Queens.  With a 2-for-2 performance on Saturday, and two more hits on Sunday, the Mets twitterverse was ready to embrace #MoreCowgill:


2:16 PM, 2/23/2012: First hand clap and fist pump of the baseball season. #Cowgill
@Metstradamus
Metstradamus


I GOT A FEVER. AND THE ONLY PRESCRIPTION IS MORE COWGILL.
@Metsochist4Life
Christopher Gamez


Seems like Cowgill is having a good game today & the Mets are beating the Astros~#CowgillsCowgirls #MoreCowgill


And the legend of Collin Cowgill continues to grow. #Mets #MoreCowgill


Cowgill on with a walk. Can he score all the way from 1st on the next pitch? #MoreCowgill #Mets
@michaelgbaron
Michael Baron



I’m not sure how it happened, but ‘Cowgill’ is trending in the United States.
@MitchNYM
Mitch Rapp

It’s not just the fans, after an RBI double gave the Mets a 1-run lead, Cowgill showed his aggressive style scoring all the way from second when Nationals first baseman booted a routine grounder, prompting David Wright to ask for #MoreCowgill:


David Wright in clubhouse after Collin Cowgill scores from second on groundball. “We need more Cowgill!”
@AdamRubinESPN
Adam Rubin

“I’m pretty impressed with what I’ve seen so far,” Collins said of Cowgill, according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. “Early in camp I was anxious to see him play. He’s exactly what people have told me about him. He plays hard — aggressive at the plate, aggressive on the bases.”

While production is the ultimate judge, his style of play will surely make him a fan favorite in Queens.  It’s only been two days, but Mets fans are ready to embrace #MORECOWGILL.

 

 

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