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Topic - Carlos Gonzalez
Carlos Gonzalez and the Colorado Rockies are confident it's too early to be concerned about Jorge De La Rosa.
Madison Bumgarner just missed clearing the fences his first time up, hitting a sacrifice fly to the warning track in left field.
The Chicago White Sox knew Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez could beat them with their bats. They didn't expect Jordan Lyles to do it, too.
Jordan Lyles couldn't locate his fastball. He had no trouble picking up heaters from Felipe Paulino or Daniel Webb, though.
Carlos Gonzalez's fifth-inning base hit didn't land far from Arizona right fielder Gerardo Parra, who held him to a single with a quick throw to second base.
So maybe going 6 for 6 isn't quite enough for his manager to award Charlie Blackmon the everyday job in centerfield.
Jordan Pacheco and the Colorado Rockies finally broke out the bats.
ESPN says Bryce Harper is the best left fielder in all of baseball. Is that too high?
Justin Morneau wears Larry Walker's old number and is stepping in for Todd Helton.
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says slugger Carlos Gonzalez will remain in left field rather than move over to center to replace Dexter Fowler.
Carlos Gonzalez insists moving from left to center field at spacious Coors Field won't be a problem.
Colorado Rockies slugger Carlos Gonzalez is recovering from an emergency appendectomy after intense stomach pain sent him to a Denver hospital Friday night.
An out-of-control monster truck shot into a crowd of spectators Saturday at a Mexican air show, killing at least eight people and hurting 80 others, dozens seriously, officials said.
Colorado Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez has left Thursday's game during his at-bat in the fifth inning.
Carlos Gonzalez has finalized his $80 million, seven-year contract with the Colorado Rockies.
"With Bumgarner, you have to treat him like another hitter," Gonzalez said. "Over the years he's proven he can handle the bat. He saw a cookie and took advantage. The tough one is the hit by pitch."
"Any time you face Bumgarner you know it's going to be a tough at-bat," Gonzalez said. "You have to battle every pitch. He threw me a 3-2 curveball and there's no way I'm sitting on it. I just reacted. It was nice to take a 3-0 lead, but things changed after that."