What Happened Kole Calhoun?

Kole Alan Calhoun, a right fielder with the Texas Rangers in Major League Baseball, was known to have played in only 51 games for the Diamondbacks in 2021 due to a hamstring ailment and didn’t contribute much when he was on the field.

Calhoun’s early years reveal that he attended Buckeye Union High School in Buckeye, Arizona. He and one other were named West Valley High School Baseball Co-Players Of the year. During his college years, he played at Yavapai College as well as Arizona State University.

Kole was drafted by the Angels in the eighth round of the 2010 Major League Baseball draft and made his first appearance in the year 2012. He won a Gold Glove Award three years later.

He commenced his professional career with the minor league team Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. They selected him in the eighth round of the year 2010 Major League Baseball draft. After his draft, he was assigned to the Rookie league, Orem. Over there he recorded a hit of  .292 with seven home runs and 42 RBI. He earned the name California League Postseason All-Star team as a Utility player.

Kole Calhoun
Kole Calhoun

What Happened to Kole Calhoun?

When Kole Calhoun was signed to the Arizona Diamondbacks, he did not enjoy a smooth run. He contracted COVID-19 on July 6, 2020, and then cleared to resume summer training on July 10.

What happened to Kole Calhoun was when he underwent right knee surgery and a split hamstring tendon which sidelined him for 8 weeks. This made him be placed on the 60-day injured list.