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Carlos Gomez

Born the 4th of December of 1985. Carlos Gomez birthplace was Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. He attended the Ana Fatima High School in the Dominican Republic. He had no superior education. At a young age he was signed by the New York Mets, while he played as an amateur free agent. In 2002 he was considered an ideal position player, a five-tool.

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Career

He won the Sterling Award in 2006, to be precise he co- earned. This was because of his performance while he played with the Binghamton Mets. The next year he played for the New Orleans Zephyrs. With his game he was able to lead the Pacific Coast League. In his debut he became the youngest player in the National League of Professional Baseball Clubs.

Work on other teams

On 2008 he was traded to the Minnesota Twins. There he played as a center fielder. That same year he clocked 4.29 on a three way race. His debut season was excellent. He had two stolen bases and two runs when they beat The Angels. During that season he scored his first career triple off in a game against the Kansas City Royals. On May, in a game played in Chicago against the Chicago White Sox, he hit for the cycle. He went in the league's history as the fourth player to hit a reverse nature cycle. He also led the team into the major leagues with his scoring.

A trade in exchange for another player, J. J. Hardy and the amount of $250,000 landed him in the Milwaukee Brewers. By 2011 and at 2.97 he was leading all the National League outfielders in range action. A dive for a shallow center field resulted in an injury. He fractured his collarbone. This accident happened in July and he returned in September. Despite that injury, 2011 was a good year for him, as his career range factor clocked at 2.923. Which was record for major league outfielders. He started the following season with center field position, and was able to remain fully in that position. He had a really good career that season with, for example: nineteen home runs.

By the next season he had signed an extension of his contract with the Milwaukee Brewers. That extension was for three more years. That season he had a rough start in which he could only bat. These did not last as he then was able to achieve getting three hits during three games. After being able to raise his average substantially in just one week he was awarded by the National League Player of the Week for his efforts. He was suspended because of an altercation. The year 2013 resulted on the best of his career. His accomplishment were high as an offensive and also defensive player. He also won the National League in Wins Above Replacement with 8.4, making him second to Clayton Kershaw. Also, the same year he won the Golden Glove Award.

He entered in an argument with Travis Snider of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was suspended, he used that time to rest from a back injury.

He later was, in 2015, traded to the Houston Astros. By October of that same year and while in a match against the New York Yankees, he hit a solo home run. This happened on the American League Wild Card Game.

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Family

He is married to Gerandy Gomez. She has been his wife since 2007. They had two children together. The couples seems to like sharing family photos on their twitter posts.


Quick Facts
Birth Date: 1 Jan, 1962
Age: 58 yrs
Occupations: Film actor
Television actor
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: New York City
Gender: Male
Description: American actor
Net Worth 2021: 50 million
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Last Modified: Jun 27 2020
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