Carlos Gomez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Astros report: Carlos Gomez strains right hamstring

    Houston Chronicle "Astros center fielder Carlos Gomez is day-to-day after leaving Wednesday night's 4-1 win over the Yankees in the second inning with a right hamstring strain. "I've had this in the past, and we don't think it's too bad," he said. "Tomorrow can be the worst day, because then you feel if you're..." July 28

  • Astros fan starts fundraiser to buy out Gomez

    Houston Chronicle "It's not often that you see fans passing the hat to raise money for billionaire sports owners. But the struggles of Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez have prompted one fan to do so, at least in cyberspace. After the Astros' 2-1 home loss to the Yankees on Monday night - which ended with Gomez..." July 26

  • Five MLB players who could be traded before the end of June

    Sporting News "Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline is Aug. 1 this year, pushed back a day because July 31 falls on a Sunday. The rumors will really begin in earnest as June comes to a close, and the actual trades will start to become a frequent reality in the final week or two of July. Don’t sleep on the..." May 28

  • Astros manager A.J. Hinch hopeful Carlos Gomez can return to activity next week

    Houston Chronicle "Astros manager A.J. Hinch said before Thursday's series finale against the White Sox that he's hopeful struggling center fielder Carlos Gomez can get back into baseball activity next week. Gomez went on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a bruised left rib cage, an injury he aggravated diving..." May 20

  • Astros Designate Asher Wojciechowski, Place Carlos Gomez On DL

    MLB Trade Rumors "The Astros have designated righty Asher Wojciechowski for assignment, per a club announcement. His 40-man spot was needed for the promotion of third baseman Colin Moran. Houston also announced that outfielder Carlos Gomez will hit the 15-day DL; he has a bruised left rib cage, per Brian..." May 17

  • Houston Chronicle editor apologizes for column about Carlos Gomez

    Hardball Talk "A couple of weeks ago Brian T. Smith of the Houston Chronicle wrote a hit piece on Carlos Gomez, blaming him for the bulk of the Astros’ problems. That was bad (i.e. inaccurate) enough, but the column was made worse by Smith’s inclusion of a quote of broken English from Gomez that seemed to serve..." May 16

  • Astros GM says Carlos Gomez has to start hitting to avoid being benched

    CBS Sports "The Astros, a team many expected to take a big step forward this season, have not gotten off to a good start in 2016. They have lost three of their last four games to fall to 15-24 on the season, 7 1/2 games back in the AL West. SportsLine says their postseason odds have dropped from 62.0 percent..." May 16

  • Carlos Gomez feels insulted by newspaper's use of quote

    ESPN "Carlos Gomez says he was ridiculed by a newspaper column that used a direct quote in the Houston Astros center fielder's second language of English. Speaking to ESPN Radio's Max y Marly in Spanish on Thursday, Gomez told ESPN's Max Bretos and Marly Rivera he tried to conduct an interview with..." May 13

  • Houston Columnist Criticized Over Carlos Gomez Quote

    The Big Lead "Houston Chronicle columnist Brian T. Smith wrote a column about Houston Astros centerfielder Carlos Gomez’ poor start. He included the following direct quote from Gomez. “For the last year and this year, I not really do much for this team. The fans be angry. They be disappointed,” said Gomez as..." May 06

  • Carlos Gomez knows he's a disappointment to Astros fans

    Houston Chronicle "We've seen him be sexy. We've watched him swing out of his heels. We've witnessed the dabs, team-first taunts and me-first prancing all across the field. But we still haven't seen the real Carlos Gomez. Not even close. Neither have the Astros. Which is a little bit of a problem,..." May 05

  • Astros Carlos Gomez says he wants to retire a Brewer

    Fox 6 Now "Houston center fielder Carlos Gomez says he’d like to retire as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers, the team that traded him to the Astros last summer. The 30-year-old Gomez returned to Miller Park on Friday for the first time since the deal with Houston, which is in town for a three-game..." April 09