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Astros OF Carlos Gomez leaves game with hamstring strain

Houston Astros centerfielder Carlos Gomez left Wednesday’s contest against the New York Yankees with a right hamstring strain, per Brian McTaggert of Almost exactly one year to the day, Gomez was the talk of the game, as he was reportedly traded back to his original team in the New York Mets, but the deal […] The post Astros OF Carlos Gomez leaves game with hamstring...
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Astros' Gomez exits with hamstring strain

Astros center fielder Carlos Gomez left Wednesday's game against the Yankees in the second inning with a right hamstring strain.
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Astros fan starts GoFundMe page to buy out Gomez contract

Carlos Gomez without a doubt has so far suffered through a disappointing 2016 season. And it’s apparently gotten so bad one Houston Astros fan believes it’s time to cut the struggling outfielder loose. And if the Astros organization isn’t willing to foot the bill to accomplish it? Perhaps a contingent of fans could band together to help alleviate the financial burden. Andrew...
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Gomez Trades One Year Later

For Brewers fans looking to knock the rebuild, 2016 has seen setbacks and injuries for several notable Brewers prospects. The system development has largely served as a polar opposite to 2015’s large step forward. In this context, however, the Brewers club also offers exceptional player development lessons with Junior Guerra and Jonathan Villar, who both followed respectively non...
Via BP Milwaukee
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez and the Best Power-Speed Seasons in Baseball History

Carlos Gomez is not having a good season. His TAv is the lowest it’s been since 2009 when Carlos Gomez hadn’t yet become Carlos Gomez! His defense and base running are up from last year, but still aren’t where they use to be. At this point, the Brewers trade with the Astros seems increasingly one-sided. That said, Gomez had a couple of amazing seasons with the Brewers. It...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Did a columnist twist Carlos Gomez' words? You decide

Houston Astros’ center fielder Carlos Gomez is still upset about the way Houston Chronicle columnist Brian T. Smith quoted him in a piece last week. In that column, which largely finds Smith alluding to Gomez not producing the way fans had expected, also includes lines like “We’ve witnessed the dabs, team-first taunts and me-first prancing all across the field.” Smith also...
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May 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez: Critical column ‘intentionally’ ridiculed him

Carlos Gomez doubled-down by again slamming a column about him written last week that some have suggested misused a quote from the struggling Houston Astros slugger to portray him in an unflattering light. Gomez argued during an appearance Thursday on ESPN Radio’s Max y Marly — a show conducted in Spanish — that the column, written last week by the Houston Chronicle’s...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez did not take kindly to reporter misquoting him

Things have not been going quite according to plan this season for the Houston Astros. Among the disappointments for the Astros so far this season has been Carlos Gomez, the energetic center fielder who has the ability to generate a certain swag level for his team when things are going well. Gomez is hitting .220 with 31 strikeouts to just three walks in 95 plate appearances this...
Via The Comeback
May 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez calls out reporter for printing embarrassing quote

Carlos Gomez is unhappy with a Houston-based reporter who recently published a story that makes the Astros outfielder look bad in more ways than one. Earlier this week, Brian T. Smith of the Houston Chronicle put out a feature about how much Gomez has struggled since the Astros acquired him at the trade deadline last summer. While harsh, the assessment of Gomez’s play is accurate...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 06, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Carlos Gomez jaws with Yankees after bat toss

By TOC Staff Carlos Gomez rubs a lot of people the wrong way. On Tuesday, he rubbed some members of the Yankees wrong when he popped up in the sixth inning of a 9-0 game and angrily flipped his bat. Gomez came up an inning later with the Astros’ lead extended to 12-0, and he launched a three-run homer off of Chris Capuano. And just to top things off, in the bottom half of...
Via The Outside Corner
August 25, 2015  |  Discuss

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