Marco Gonzales

#56 SP / St. Louis Cardinals / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 195 lb Age: 23 College: Gonzaga Bats/Throws L/L

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    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cardinals' Marco Gonzalez optioned to Triple-A

      The Cardinals have optioned left-hander Marco Gonzales back to Triple-A Memphis on Wednesday. Gonzales started for the Cardinals on Tuesday, giving up four runs in just 2 2/3 innings. It's likely he'll be back up with the team before the end of the season.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Cardinals SP Marco Gonzales clobbered in first 2015 outing

      The good news for Cardinals starter Marco Gonzales was that he did not lose Tuesday night against Washington. The bad news was everything else. Gonzales was mashed in his first start of the season to the tune of four runs on seven hits in 2 2/3 innings. He walked one and whiffed one. He allowed only a walk and single in the first two innings, then the proverbial roof caved in. Two singles and an Anthony Rendon double scored two runs in the third and Ryan Zimmerman put the cherry on top with a tater two batters later. Two hits after that and he was out of the game. Gonzales opens the season with a 13.50 ERA.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cardinals recall Marco Gonzales, two others on Tuesday

      The Cardinals have officially recalled left-hander Marco Gonzales from Triple-A Memphis. Gonzales will start Tuesday's game against the Nationals, making his season debut for the Cards. In 2014, the rookie pitcher went 4-2 with a 4.15 ERA in 10 appearances (five starts). He's dealt with injuries this season, and posted a 4.42 ERA in 17 starts across three levels of the Cardinals' minor league system in 2015. Joining Gonzales from Memphis are right-hander Mitch Harris and catcher Cody Stanley .

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cardinals' Carlos Martinez (back) won't start on Tuesday

      Cardinals right-hander Carlos Martinez will not make his next scheduled start on Tuesday. Martinez is dealing with a back issue that will cause him to be skipped this time through the rotation. The Cardinals have not said when Martinez is expected to take the mound next. Marco Gonzales will replace him for Tuesday's matchup with the Nationals, reports

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Cardinals P Marco Gonzales fine with first rehab outing

      Cardinals southpaw Marco Gonzales was happy with his first rehab appearance Frday for Class A Palm Beach. Gonzales, who has been dealing with a shoulder impingement and a pectoral injury, pitched 2 2/3 shutout innings and allowed four hits. He walked none and fanned one. His focus was on fastball command. "It was a good start for me and I think that moving forward I can mix in some other off-speed but my main focus was location of fastball," he told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "... The most important thing is I wasn't trying to force it. I wasn't trying to throw hard and it was coming out low-90s, which is good. ... There was no pressure. There was no pain." Gonzales has yet to pitch in the big leagues this season.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Cardinals' Marco Gonzales to start rehab assignment on Friday

      Cardinals pitcher Marco Gonzales will begin pitching in games on Friday, general manager John Mozeliak said, per Gonzales has been sidelined with a pectoral injury and shoulder impingement since May. Mozeliak said Gonzales would pitch for Class A Palm Beach and gradually increase his workload to 100 pitches by the end of the month.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Cardinals pitchers Marco Gonzales, Jordan Walden making progress

      The Cardinals have gotten some positive news regarding a couple of their injured pitchers on Friday. Left-hander Marco Gonzales , who has been bothered by a shoulder impingement, could begin making minor-league rehab appearances at the end of June. "He was feeling great and appreciated his time here working with our medical staff, and now it's off to Florida, and I think he's excited about that," general manager JohnMozeliak said, per Meanwhile, right-hander Jordan Walden began throwing earlier this week as he recovers from a right shoulder strain. Walden has been out of action since the beginning of May and is hoping to be back in July. "Whatever they have me doing in there is pretty much my schedule," Walden said. "Hopefully [returning] before the All-Star break would be awesome. That's what I'm shooting for."

    • by R.J. White |

      Cardinals' Marco Gonzales without timetable for Triple-A return

      Cardinals pitcher Marco Gonzales remains without a timetable to return to action with Triple-A Memphis, reports. Gonzales, who has yet to resume throwing, was diagnosed with a shoulder impingement after undergoing an MRI last week. General manager John Mozeliak said on Thursday that the pitcher was "progressing as planned."

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Cardinals SP Marco Gonzales will be reevaluated in 7-10 days

      An MRI revealed no structural damage to the shoulder of Cardinals pitcher Marco Gonzales , reports "I think it's very good news because this is something that can be managed," general manager John Mozeliak said. "There are probably a few things that he needs to start doing in his daily routine to get him through this, and we'll make sure that he understands that and is compliant with that." Gonzales will be rest and soon begin a strengthening program. He will then be reevaluated in 7-10-days. "As you start to get older and with the demands of pitching every day, there are certain things you are required to do," Mozeliak said. "I think some of that was not being done, and now he will understand that and be compliant moving forward."

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Cards' Mozeliak: We will know more about Gonzales' status Tuesday

      Cardinals starting pitcher prospect Marco Gonzales will undergo medical tests Tuesday to determine what is the cause of the recurring soreness in and around his left shoulder, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "We'll know a lot more on Marco (on Tuesday)," Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said. "At that point we'll make a decision on what that next step will look like. … Any time you have a pitcher who is feeling discomfort especially in the shoulder or elbow areas it always sends up a flag so hopefully we'll get good news, but we'll see." The highly touted prospect is on the disabled list in the minors for the second time this season with pain in his biceps/shoulder area. He is 0-1 with a 6.35 ERA in six starts for Triple-A Memphis.

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