YAKIMA, Wash. - The Northwest League regular season ended Wednesday, and here's something strange. Collin Cowgill only played twenty games for the Yakima Bears before being promoted, but the eleven homers he hit in that span were more than any other player hit over the course of the 76- game season. Michael Ambort of Salem-Keizer was second in the league with nine homers. Cowgill, a second-round pick from Kentucky, struggled once he was promoted to South Bend. At the long-season A_ball level, he hit just one homer in fifty games, batting just 249.