ST. LOUIS, MO - MAY 17: Carlos Gomez #27 of the Milwaukee Brewers steals second base against Matt Carpenter #13 of the St. Louis Cardinals in the sixth inning at Busch Stadium on May 17, 2013 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Cardinals beat the brewers 7-6.
I know we're going to be fine ... This is a problem that can be fixed because we have good players. It's tough now, though. It's embarrassing. We have a lot of expectations on this team and we're not playing up to them.
I might not be able to swing as hard as Carlos Gomez swings ... I could try to hit a home run. It's probably not worth doing but I can do it.More quotes »
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Milwaukee's slump continues in 7-1 loss to Pirates
-- Carlos Gomez is convinced the Milwaukee Brewers' current slump is just a momentary bump in the road. That doesn't make it any easier to stomach after the Brewers fell to the Pirates 7-1 on Thursday night to fall to 2-11 in their last 13 games. "I know we're from Miami Herald Read more »
Dare We Suspect That Carlos Gomez’ Performance is Enhanced?
player might not be enhancing appropriately. Last week, The Brewer Nation included a post partially titled “In Defense of Carlos Gomez,” which recounted a talk radio discussion where one host said Gomez’ improved stats “raise an eyebrow.” The connection between from The Brewers Bar Read more »
FanGraphs Chat – 5/15/13
It took Michael Saunders about 4 years to become what appears to be a serviceable or maybe good major league hitter, and Carlos Gomez about the same or longer. They got the time to develop partially due to team circumstance but also because they offer value from FanGraphs Read more »
Tuesday's Frosty Mug: A dose of Vitamin P
something like this: Play the Pirates and call me in the morning. Segura's hot night last night moved him a few points ahead of Carlos Gomez in the race for the NL batting title. Perhaps not surprisingly, Andrew Ball of Beyond the Box Score has Gomez on a from Brew Crew Ball Read more »
Brewers’ Gomez looks like he might have big season
bats and gloves and other equipment have arrived at the clubhouse. All Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez needs to bring are his joy, verve and smile. âThis is a game I love,â said the 27-year-old Dominican known to some as Go-Go. âEvery day, I from Pittsburgh Entertainment Read more »