Phil Gosselin

#15 2B / Arizona Diamondbacks / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 lb Age: 27 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      Phil Gosselin hits inside-the-park homer as D-Backs top Rockies on Thursday

      Diamondbacks infielder Phil Gosselin went 2 for 4 with an inside-the-park home run and two runs scored in a win over the Rockies on Thursday. Gosselin has been a nice player for the snakes this season, as he sits at an impressive .309 average. The problem with Gosselin is that it's an empty batting average. He has just three homers, 14 RBI and two steals in his 41 games played. With the Diamondbacks being unsure of Jake Lamb for third base for the future, Gosselin may steal the job from him going into next season.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks INF Phil Gosselin notches four RBI in win Tuesday

      Diamondbacks infielder Phil Gosselin had a career-day at the plate in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Rockies. Gosselin, who started at second base, went 2 for 4 with a double and four RBI in the 6-4 win. The four RBI are a season-high for Gosselin. In fact, Gosselin had a total of five RBI in his career coming into the game.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Phil Gosselin (thumb) activated by D-Backs; Allen Webster optioned

      As expected, The Diamondbacks activated infielder Phil Gosselin from the 60-day disabled list on Monday. Gosselin, who was acquired from the Braves in the middle of June, has been out since May after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured thumb. Gosselin is in Monday's starting lineup against the Rockies. He is batting seventh while playing second base. To clear room for him on the roster, the D-Backs have optioned right-hander Allen Webster to Triple-A Reno.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Diamondbacks' Phil Gosselin to be activated Monday

      The Diamondbacks will remove infielder Phil Gosselin from the disabled list on Monday, reports The Arizona Republic. Gosselin has not played since mid-May after undergoing thumb surgery. He was acquired from the Braves in June.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Diamondbacks, Braves announce three-player deal on Saturday

      The Diamondbacks announced that they have dealt right-hander Bronson Arroyo and Touki Toussaint (their No. 5 prospect) to the Braves in a three-player deal on Saturday. In exchange, the Braves will be sending infielder Phil Gosselin to the Diamondbacks. Arroyo made 14 starts for Arizona in 2014 before undergoing Tommy John surgery. He has yet to pitch this year, and is not expected back until at least August. The Braves will take on the entirety of Arroyo's contract, which includes $9.5 million for this year, and a $4.5 million buyout on a $13 million option for 2016, per Toussaint was a first-round draft pick (16th overall) by the Diamondbacks in 2014. The right-hander has been pitching with Class A Kane County this year, posting a 3.69 ERA through seven starts. Meanwhile, Gosselin underwent surgery to repare a fractured thumb in May. He is currently on the disabled list and holds a .325 batting average in 40 at-bats this year. The Diamondbacks seem satisfied with the current state of their pitching corps, allowing them to deal away Toussaint in the deal. "We are getting some good pitching from our young rotation and that's the direction we are going to go," D-Backs general manager Dave Stewart said.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Braves' Phil Gosselin goes under the knife, sidelined eight weeks

      Braves infielder Phil Gosselin underwent surgery to repair a fractured thumb on Wednesday, manager Fredi Gonzalez said, per the team's radio network. Gosselin was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Monday with the issue. Gonzalez added that he'll need about eight weeks of recovery before he is activated from the DL.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Braves infielder Pedro Ciriaco draws start at third base on Tuesday

      Braves infielder Pedro Ciriaco is in the starting lineup for the second time this season, as he will be the starting third baseman on Tuesday against the Rays. Ciriaco started Sunday's game at shortstop, but will slide over to the hot corner with Phil Gosselin lost for at least two months with a thumb injury. The light-hitting Ciriaco is batting second in the order on Tuesday. He does have three hits in seven at-bats this season, with all of them going for extra bases (two doubles and a triple).

    • by R.J. White |

      Braves place Phil Gosselin (thumb) on 15-day DL

      The Braves have placed infielder Phil Gosselin on the 15-day disabled list due to a fractured thumb, the team announced Monday. Gosselin is expected to undergo surgery on the injured thumb on Wednesday. He's expected to be sidelined for about eight weeks while recovering, which should put him out through the All-Star break. Gosselin has hit .325/.357/.425 with two stolen bases in 40 at-bats. The Braves will select the contract of infielder Adonis Garcia to replace Gosselin on the active roster. He has hit .351/.380/.455 with one home run, 21 RBI and two stolen bases in 134 at-bats with Triple-A Gwinett while playing third base and left field.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Report: Braves 2B Phil Gosselin destined for DL

      A thumb injury will force Braves second baseman Phil Gosselin onto the disabled list, according to Gosselin sprained the thumb Sunday against Miami, though the specifics of the injury are expected to be revealed later Monday. It could not have come at a more inopportune time. Gosselin was receiving significant playing time and was on a five-game hitting streak in which he smacked seven hits in 15 at-bats to raise his average on the year to .325.

    • by R.J. White |

      Braves' Phil Gosselin day to day with thumb sprain

      Braves third baseman Phil Gosselin is day to day after suffering a sprained thumb Sunday against the Marlins, reports. Gosselin suffered the injury while making a diving play in the third inning, which he completed before being replaced in the fourth. "I think I'll be all right," Gosselin said while wearing a brace on his left hand. "As soon as I see the doctor, I'll know. But I'm pretty positive about it until I hear otherwise." He was 1 for 2 before exiting and has now hit .325/.357/.425 with two stolen bases in 40 at-bats.

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