Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
2 months ago

Gomez went 3-for-4 with a three-run homer, a double, a walk and two runs against the Brewers on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez went on an absolute hit parade against the franchise that employed him from 2010 into 2015, going 7-for-12 with two doubles, two homers, eight RBI and a steal in three games against Milwaukee this week. Perhaps rumors of his demise were prematurely exaggerated, as Gomez suddenly looks healthier and more productive than we've seen in years.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
2 months ago

Gomez hit a three-run homer, his 12th, in a 1-for-4 game Tuesday against the Brewers.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez had just seven home runs in 90 games through August. With Tuesday's blast, he already has five homers in September to go with five doubles and 13 RBI. He's playing like the All-Star the Astros hoped Gomez would be for them, and he looks like he has locked himself into the Rangers leadoff spot for the stretch run and the playoffs.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
2 months ago

Gomez knocked in a pair and stole his 18th base in a 3-for-4 game Monday against the Brewers.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez is looking like his old self this September. He now has seven multi-hit games this month to go with 10 RBI, four steals, four home runs and a slick 11:19 BB:K. The Rangers were already strong American League contenders before Gomez fell into their laps; now they look outright deadly.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
2 months ago

Gomez is out of the lineup Saturday against the A's.

EDGE Analysis

The Rangers are resting most of their regulars Saturday after clinching the division on Friday. Delino DeShields will start in center field and hit leadoff Saturday.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
3 months ago

Gomez went 1-for-4 with a walk, a home run and two RBI during Friday's win over the Athletics.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez knocked in a run with a ground out in the fifth inning, and he provided a vital run in the Rangers' comeback on the night with a 419-foot solo homer to left center in the seventh. Gomez has enjoyed a much better stay with the Rangers than he did with Houston, as he has moved into the leadoff spot of late after posting a .875 OPS so far in the month of September.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
3 months ago

Gomez is not in the lineup Thursday against the Mariners, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez has been a mainstay in the Rangers outfield since being called up in late August, but he'll take a seat for the series finale with Seattle. Carlos Beltran will slot into the outfield while Adrian Beltre takes over at DH to fill Gomez's absence.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
3 months ago

Gomez (eye) is back in the lineup Monday against the Mariners.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez suffered a laceration above his eye in Sunday's contest that required three stitches, but that won't prevent him from suiting up for Monday's matchup against Seattle. As expected, he'll be back in left field, where he's started nine of the team's last 10 games.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
3 months ago

Gomez required three stitches above his left eye after Sunday's game, Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

EDGE Analysis

It is unclear how this laceration will affect Gomez's status going forward, however the outfielder is considered day-to-day. Gomez will likely cede left field to Nomar Mazara if he misses any time.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
3 months ago

Gomez went 2-for-3 with an RBI in Tuesday's game against Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

Gomez snapped an 0-for-18 skid with a two-out, run-scoring single up the middle to drive in Jonathan Lucroy in the second. It was Gomez's first hit since blasting a three-run homer in his first at-bat with the Rangers last Thursday. Entering the at-bat, Gomez was 1-for-his-last-29, as he also was in an 0-for-10 stretch with the Astros before being released.

Carlos Gomez
LF/CF TEX
3 months ago

Gomez went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer in his Rangers debut Thursday against the Indians.

EDGE Analysis

After he got signed up by the Rangers over the weekend, it took only a few days for Gomez to make his way back to the majors, and he endeared himself to the fans by getting the offensive party started with his second-inning blast. That said, Gomez is in the midst of his worst MLB season since his rookie year. It seems like the Mets knew what they were doing when they canceled a trade for him at last year's deadline due to concerns about his hip.