Carlos Gomez

#30 CF / Houston Astros / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 220 lb Age: 29 College: No College Bats/Throws R/R

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      Astros' Carlos Gomez delivers clutch RBI single in Game 3 ALDS win

      In his return to the starting lineup Sunday, Gomez went 1-for-4 with an RBI single in Houston's Game 3 ALDS win over Kansas City. After being limited as a pinch-runner and defensive substitute in the first two games of the ALDS, the veteran center fielder delivered a clutch RBI single with two outs in the sixth inning to give the Astros a two-run cushion in the game. "It's not about the big hit that I hit," Gomez said after the game. "It's about that win we had today. That's the most important thing. I was trying to keep myself breathing and have a good at-bat and looking for the pitch that he throws me and not miss it because when I miss it you don't want to know how I feel." At less than 100-percent, Gomez's availability for Game 4 of the ALDS on Monday afternoon is unclear.

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      Astros OF Carlos Gomez in, Jake Marisnick out of Sunday lineup

      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez (oblique) will start Game 3 on Sunday against the Royals, per Jerry Crasnick of ESPN. While Gomez didn't start either of the first two games, he was available off the bench and did enter late in each game on the base paths. He'll return to center field Sunday, bumping Jake Marisnick out of the lineup.

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      Astros CF Carlos Gomez not in the lineup for Game 2

      Astros center fielder Carlos Gomez (oblique) is not in the lineup Friday for Game 2 of the ALDS, Josh Vernier of 610 Sports Radio reports. After missing Game 1 with an oblique injury, it was assumed by many pundits that Gomez would return to the lineup for Game 2, however that doesn't appear to be the case. Much like Thursday, Gomez will likely be available off the bench to play in a pinch-hit or pinch-run situation, but it's unlikely he will spend any major time in the field Friday. Jake Marisnick will man center field and hit ninth in the batting order in his place.

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      Houston Astros' Carlos Gomez Available to run, hopes to play Game 2

      Gomez continues to deal with his oblique injury, but indicated he's available to pinch run Thursday and hopes to be in the Game 2 lineup Friday, Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reports. Gomez has been suffering from the issue for an extended period of time, but continues to battle through it to play. Barring a setback of some kind, it seems like he'll be back in the lineup for the second game of the series.

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      Astros OF Carlos Gomez not in lineup for Game 1 of ALDS

      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez is not in the lineup for Game 1 of the American League Division Series. Gomez missed much of September with a back injury, but he was able to play in the Wild Card game against the Yankees , hitting a critical home run to help his team advance. While nothing has been announced as of yet, Gomez's absence in Thursday's lineup could be a result of his lingering back injury. We won't know more until later in the evening.

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      Astros OF Carlos Gomez will start Tuesday's wild-card game

      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez (back) is in the lineup for Tuesday's wild-card matchup against the Yankees, Bryan Hoch of reports. There was some concern Gomez would miss Tuesday's game considering he was unavailable for the Astros' final series of the season with a strain in his back, but it's clear now he should be good to go. While the strain will likely continue to affect him for much of the postseason, he should provide some veteran leadership for a young Houston team that clawed its way back into the postseason picture.

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      Astros OF Carlos Gomez swipes two bases Wednesday

      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez went 2 for 4 with two steals and a run scored in a 7-6 win over Seattle on Wednesday. Gomez has been a huge disappointment for the Astros, but he still could help them to sneak into the playoffs. A player like Gomez has all the potential in the world, but players like that are always prone to injury with their reckless style of play. In any case, Gomez might be a nice value next season, if he drops far enough.

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      Astros still hoping to have Carlos Gomez back before end of season

      Astros manager A.J. Hinch said injuries like the one to center fielder Carlos Gomez's back typically take 45-to-50 days to heal,'s Brian McTaggart reports. With the Astros now 2 1/2 games back on the Rangers for the AL West lead and only holding onto a wild-card spot by half a game entering Monday's action, the team is reportedly "pushing" Gomez, but it sounds like his availability could be quite limited for the remainder of the regular season.

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      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez (back) remains out Monday

      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez (back) was able to pinch run in Sunday's game, but he is still not ready for a full nine innings. It remains to be seen if he will return to the starting lineup before the regular season concludes.

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      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez not able to take batting practice

      Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez (back) has yet to receive clearance to take batting practice, Jose de Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle reports. Gomez was left out of the lineup for a 14th straight game Sunday due the left intercostal strain, and it doesn't appear that will change in the immediate future. The Astros expect Gomez to get back on the field for a workout Monday in Seattle, with the hope that he'll make enough progress during the week to return to the lineup before the regular season draws to a close.

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