Alberto Gonzalez

#3 2B / San Diego Padres / EXP: 7YRS / MINORS Height: 5-10 Weight: 195 lb Age: 32 College: No College Bats/Throws R/R

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    • by Chris Towers |

      Padres release Alberto Gonzalez

      The Padres released minor-league infielder Alberto Gonzalez Wednesday. The 31-year-old was hitting just .208/.218/.264 through 19 games at Triple-A El Paso.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Four players expected to fill in at third base for San Diego

      Padres manager Bud Black said four players -- Alexi Amarista, Ryan Jackson, Alberto Gonzalez and Jace Peterson -- could all get playing time at third base this spring while Chase Headley is sidelined by a calf injury. "We'll mix and match over at third," Black said, per "It's good for those guys. It will be great for those guys to get exposed to third base. They'll get some [at-bats], some playing time. "We know what Chase can do. Here in the short term, it will be good to get those guys exposed. They are up for it." It will be a good experience for Amarista, who is expected to serve in a utility role for San Diego. "Alexi's game, for me, is his versatility," Black said. "You look at all the components of his game, he's capable at second, capable at short, capable at third, capable of all three outfield spots. He's a very dependable player on defense. On offense, he's done some things to win some games for us. He can move around the diamond, he doesn't scare off, he plays with energy. He's a good all-around player."

    • by Chris Cwik |

      Alberto Gonzalez joins Padres

      Infielder Alberto Gonzalez has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Padres. Gonzalez saw just 57 at-bats in the majors last season split between the Yankees and the Cubs. He's a .239/.275/.315 career hitter in 950 at-bats.

    • by Chris Cwik |

      Alberto Gonzalez sent to Triple-A

      Yankees infielder Alberto Gonzalez has been outrighted to Triple-A. Gonzalez was designated for assignment Saturday. He cleared waivers, and has been sent to Triple-A Scranton. He's hitting .193/.217/.281 in 57 at-bats in the majors.

    • by Chris Towers |

      Yankees DFA Alberto Gonzalez

      The Yankees designated infielder Alberto Gonzalez for assignment Saturday, in order to make room on the active roster. Gonzalez hit just .176 in 34 at-bats since joining the team in May. He has already been designated for assignment by the Yankees once, and he cleared waivers and was sent to Triple-A that time.

    • by Jeff Lippman |

      Alberto Gonzalez drives in three runs

      Yankees No. 9 hitter Alberto Gonzalez drove in three of the seven runs the team scored in the 7-3 win at Minnesota Tuesday. Gonzalez hit a two-run double to deep right in the fifth inning and added an RBI single in the seventh for three runs driven in on the game. He finished 2 for 4 with two runs scored and is batting .200. The 30-year-old has hit in three of the eight games in which he's played since coming over from the Cubs. These were his first RBI as a Yankees player.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Yanks recall Alberto Gonzalez

      The Yankees have recalled Alberto Gonzalez from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Friday. Gonzalez had just three hits in nine at-bats in his previous stint in the majors in May with the Yankees. He is hitting .224 with eight RBI in 23 games with the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate.

    • by Chris Cwik |

      Yankees outright Alberto Gonzalez to Triple-A

      The Yankees have sent infielder Alberto Gonzalez to Triple-A. Gonzalez was designated for assignment May 18, and will report to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Gonzalez started three games for the team after being acquired from the Cubs earlier this season. Though 32 at-bats, Gonzalez is hitting .250/.286/.375.

    • by Jeff Lippman |

      Yankees DFA Alberto Gonzalez

      The Yankees designated Alberto Gonzalez for assignment to make room on the roster for the addition of Reid Brignac, reports.

    • by Jeff Lippman |

      Shortstop Alberto Gonzalez comes on to pitch

      New York manager Joe Girardi decided to ask shortstop Alberto Gonzalez to pitch the final out of a 12-2 loss to the Mariners Wednesday night, reports. "A shortstop usually has pretty good command of where he's throwing the baseball all the time," manager Joe Girardi said of choosing Gonzalez. "So I just figured he's the guy."The Yankees wanted to save their tired bullpen in a blowout loss. Gonzalez went 1 for 3 at the plate with a single and is batting .333 in three games since coming over from the Cubs.

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