The Rockies Aren’t the Same Without Carlos Gonzalez

Nolan Arenado is so good at third base: a double play ends the inning without any further. in comes Josh Hader to face Carlos González in the next instance of “is this the last at-bat he’ll have in.

One of those is Carlos Gonzalez and of the former Rockies that are still on the market, he makes the most sense for the team for a few reasons.. the Rockies aren’t out a lot of money and they.

The toronto blue jays aren’t much to look at. out of Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and George Springer, yet they still won 103 games and played deep into October. If all three bounce back and the.

Carlos Gonzalez completely changed the trade market. That might lay the groundwork for a winter blockbuster, as some team will hope Gonzalez’s home-road splits aren’t as bad as they appear on paper.

MLB Scout Ed Henderson dishes on Carlos Gonzalez, Greg Holland and the Rockies off-season.. that are critical and key to success and aren’t done. the potential of Carlos Gonzalez returning.

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Colorado Rockies third baseman nolan arenado throws late to first base in the fifth inning during the inning of an opening day baseball game, Monday, March 31, 2014, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

CarGo dealing with annual Deadline rumors. And Gonzalez isn’t hung up over the Rockies’ recent struggles. He was a part of Colorado’s second-half run to the NL Wild Card in 2009, hitting .588 in four NL Division Series games against Philadelphia, and he remembers the enthusiasm in the Rocky Mountain region.

It was just the third time in Davis’ 10-year career (333 relief appearance) that he was charged with two wild pitches in the same game. For a moment, it appeared that the Rockies’ Carlos Gonzalez.