Colorado Rockies left fielder Carlos Gonzalez nearly hit the new Coors Field Rooftop bar during the home opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks last Friday, but he doesn’t think anybody ever hit one that far.
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says slugger Carlos Gonzalez will remain in left field rather than move over to center to replace Dexter Fowler.
The Colorado Rockies already have their replacement for Dexter Fowler, who patrolled center field at cavernous center field for the last six seasons: Gold Glove left fielder Carlos Gonzalez.
All-Star left fielder Carlos Gonzalez was back in the lineup for the Colorado Rockies on Monday night after missing the last three games with a sprained right middle finger.
It’s hard for Carlos Gonzalez to reflect too much on his forgettable 2012 season. The Colorado Rockies star is ready for a fresh start with a franchise counting on a new manager to turn things around fast.
Carlos Gonzalez believes he can have a super season for the Rockies this year, and he most likely will if he can stay healthy. But to stay in one piece all season, CarGo might have to change the way he plays the game.