Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
4 days ago

Gonzalez (2-5) pitched six quality innings, allowing three runs, four hits and two walks while striking out five against the Mariners on Wednesday. He did not factor in the decision.

EDGE Analysis

After a disastrous series of outings in late June, the 32-year-old has gotten back on track with four consecutive quality starts. During the run, Gonzalez has managed an attractive 2.77 ERA and 0.88 WHIP. Unfortunately, he only has one win to show for it, but the Sox have been blanked in three of his last four starts. He's scheduled to take the hill for his next start Monday against the Cubs.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
1 week ago

Gonzalez was a tough-luck loser Friday versus the Angels, allowing two runs on five hits and a walk across six innings while striking out six.

EDGE Analysis

Gonzalez limited baserunners and kept his team in the game with the quality start, but the bullpen blew any chance for Chicago to come back by allowing five runs in three innings of work. Gonzalez has now turned in three consecutive quality starts and has lowered his season ERA to 4.28. He will look to continue his recent success Wednesday versus the Mariners.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Gonzalez (2-4) allowed no runs on five hits and one walk while striking out three over seven innings to earn the win Wednesday against the Yankees.

EDGE Analysis

Gonzalez kept the Yankees' bats silenced while the offense scored four times in the second inning to help him earn his second win of the year. This was the first time since joining the White Sox that he's posted back-to-back quality starts, and his ERA has dropped from 5.17 to 4.39 with those solid performances. His next start will be after the All-Star break.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Gonzalez (1-4) allowed three runs, two of which were earned, on three hits and two walks while striking out four over seven innings to take the loss Friday at the Astros.

EDGE Analysis

Gonzalez held the Astros to one run through six innings before giving up a two-run homer to Carlos Gomez in the seventh inning, and the White Sox offense was unable to provide him with any run support. He's now dropped three straight decisions, and his ERA is at 4.88 on the season. He'll make his next start Wednesday against the Yankees.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
1 month ago

Gonzalez (1-3) gave up 10 hits, eight earned runs and three walks over 5.1 innings in Saturday's 10-8 loss to the Blue Jays. He struck out two.

EDGE Analysis

The 32-year-old got himself into a heap of trouble in the first two frames, and was never able to recover. The majority of the damage came in the first, when RBI doubles from Edwin Encarnacion, Michael Saunders and Troy Tulowitzi served to put Gonzalez in a 3-0 hole. An inning later, it was Devon Travis touching him up for a two-run homer, making it 5-0 after two. Despite his offense helping him out with a three-homer barrage in the home half of the frame, Gonzalez went on allow three more Blue Jays to cross the plate before being pulled in the sixth. The veteran has now given up a total of 15 earned runs combined in two of his last three trips to the mound, and has seen his ERA rise to an unsightly 5.17. He'll try to turn things around versus the Astros next Friday.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
1 month ago

Gonzalez didn't factor into the decision Monday in Boston despite holding the vaunted Red Sox offense to just one run on four hits and two walks with five strikeouts over 6.2 innings.

EDGE Analysis

Gonzalez rebounded nicely after allowing seven runs in just 3.1 innings last time out, but an even stronger performance from counterpart Steven Wright prevented him from earning his second win of 2016. A comparable outing in his next start Saturday against the Blue Jays would likely net the 32-year-old Mexican a more favorable result.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
1 month ago

Gonzalez (1-2) gave up seven runs on eight hits and four walks with three strikeouts over just 3.1 innings in a loss Tuesday to the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Don Cooper's magic hasn't worked on Gonzalez, who now has a 4.74 ERA and continues to struggle mightily with control. A career high 3.2 BB/9 helped sink him in Baltimore last season, and after Tuesday's debacle, Gonzalez now has a 3.9 BB/9 in 43.2 innings in 2016. His stuff isn't good enough to give him the leeway to work around so many free passes, and after a performance like that, his starting spot could be in jeopardy.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
1 month ago

Gonzalez will presumably slot back into the White Sox's rotation after the team designated Mat Latos for assignment.

EDGE Analysis

Gonzalez lost his rotation spot after the White Sox acquired James Shields earlier in the week. Since then, the Nationals lit up Latos while Gonzalez earned his first win in a White Sox uniform while pitching in spot duty. General manager Rick Hahn's promises to continually tinker his sinking ship do not bode well for Gonzalez's long-term job security. However, he should get the ball next weekend in Cleveland.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
1 month ago

Gonzalez (1-1) allowed only one run (a solo homer) on three hits while striking out five over six innings Thursday in a win over the Nationals.

EDGE Analysis

Making his return to the rotation after a brief demotion to the bullpen, Gonzalez was supremely efficient, throwing 50 of his 78 pitches for strikes and not issuing a single walk. However, he's also been extremely inconsistent and this was only a spot start in place of the ailing Carlos Rodon, so there are no guarantees regarding Gonzalez's rotation spot moving forward.

Miguel Gonzalez
SP CWS
2 months ago

Gonzalez will start Thursday's game against the Nationals, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.

EDGE Analysis

Gonzalez had just been pushed out of the starting rotation after the White Sox acquired James Shields, but he'll slot back in for another start after just one relief appearance. The 32-year-old will take the spot of Carlos Rodon, who's dealing with some discomfort in his neck, so Gonzalez's move back to the rotation will likely not be a permanent one.