|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||550.00||28.00||.300||95.00||94.00||22.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs L.A. Dodgers||44||15||4|| .453|| .750|| .341|
|vs Delgado (Career)||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|vs RHP||249||74||18|| .382|| .622|| .297|
|12/06/2013||Yasiel Puig, RF LAD||Carlos Gonzalez, LF COL|
Buster Posey, C SF
Stephen Strasburg, SP WAS
|12/04/2013||Ryan Braun, LF MIL|
Carlos Gonzalez, LF COL
|David Price, SP TB|
Matt Kemp, CF LAD
Jose Bautista, RF TOR
|12/02/2013||Carlos Gonzalez, LF COL|
Kyle Lohse, SP MIL
|Brett Anderson, RP OAK|
Dexter Fowler, CF HOU
Sergio Romo, RP SF
Corey Hart, 1B MIL
|Last 10 Games|
|Rockies mulling leadoff options |
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
(12/5/13) With Dexter Fowler having been dealt to the Astros this week, the Rockies are without their primary leadoff hitter from the last three seasons, but manager Walt Weiss is already compiling a list of leadoff candidates.
Weiss told MLB.com that Carlos Gonzalez is under consideration to hit at the top of the order, noting that "it's something he's done before." However, Charlie Blackmon and Corey Dickerson, who will compete for the job in left field, are currently the leading candidates to lead off. Blackmon hit .309 with a .336 on-base percentage in 82 games in 2013, while Dickerson hit .263 with a .316 on-base percentage in 69 games.
|Center field in Carlos Gonzalez's future |
|by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(12/3/13) With Dexter Fowler on his way to Houston following Tuesday's trade, Carlos Gonzalez is expected to man center field for the Rockies in 2014, according to the Denver Post. He played exclusively left field in 2013, winning a second straight Gold Glove at the position, but he has played 200 games in center field in his career.
Gonzalez hit .302 with 26 homers, 21 steals and a .958 OPS in 2013, but he missed most of August and September with a sprained finger and has had trouble staying healthy over the years, never playing more than 145 games in a season.
|Carlos Gonzalez, Carlos Gomez, Gerardo Parra take home hardware |
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(10/29/13) The Gold Glove awards for National League outfielders were announced Tuesday night. The NL was represented by players from the Milwaukee Brewers, Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies.
Colorado's Carlos Gonzalez won his third Gold Glove for left field. Gerardo Parra of the Diamondbacks took home his second Gold Glove for his play in right. Milwaukee's Carlos Gomez won his first award, becoming the first Brewers Gold Glover since Robin Yount in 1982.
|National League Gold Glove finalists announced |
|by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer|
(10/25/13) The finalists for the 2013 Rawlings Gold Glove awards were announced on Friday, with three players at each position. The awards honor the league's best defenders, and winners will be announced Oct. 29.
The National League nominees are:
Catcher: A.J. Ellis, Los Angeles; Russell Martin, Pittsburgh; Yadier Molina, St. Louis
First Base: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona; Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles; Anthony Rizzo, Chicago
Second Base: Darwin Barney, Chicago; Mark Ellis, Los Angeles; Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati
Third Base: Nolan Arenado, Colorado; Juan Uribe, Los Angeles; David Wright, New York
Shortstop: Ian Desmond, Washington; Andrelton Simmons, Atlanta; Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado
Left Field: Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado; Starling Marte, Pittsburgh; Eric Young Jr., New York
Center Field: Carlos Gomez, Milwaukee; Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh; Denard Span, Washington
Right Field: Jay Bruce, Cincinnati; Jason Heyward, Atlanta; Gerardo Parra, Arizona
Pitcher: Patrick Corbin, Arizona; Zack Greinke, Los Angeles; Adam Wainwright, St. Louis
|Carlos Gonzalez open to move to center field |
|by Al Melchior | Data Analyst|
(10/20/13) According to the Denver Post, the Rockies have approached Carlos Gonzalez about playing center field next season, and the six-year veteran said he is willing to play the position as long as he can do so regularly.
Gonzalez was the Rockies' primary left fielder this year, and he has not played an outfield position other than left field since 2011. However, Gonzalez is reluctant to split his time between multiple outfield positions, as he has gotten hurt when shifting positions in past seasons.
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