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Carlos Gomez (CF)

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Carlos Gomez News & Advice

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MLB.com | Apr 12th, 7:14pm
A Gold Glove winner in center, Carlos Gomez also has great speed and power, and his personality makes him a clubhouse favorite.
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MLB.com | Apr 10th, 10:16pm
Brewers fans will see something Saturday they have not witnessed in a generation: A player receiving his Rawlings Gold Glove Award., when Carlos Gomez is honored in a pregame ceremony.
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Fangraphs | Mar 30th, 1:26am
Three strikeouts in 47 plate appearances. That's a six percent rate compared to his career 23 percent strikeout rate. Even if he just trims that figure down to 20 percent it has value. I don't like that he'll be leading off as I'd prefer his skill set to be immediately in front of or behind Ryan Braun . - Brad Johnson
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Roto Professor | Mar 28th, 2:25am
Combined with power and speed, he could produce like a Top 5 outfielder this season if he truly has turned the corner in the strikeout department (24.7% in '13). - Eric Stashin
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Roto Professor | Mar 20th, 3:56pm
The Brewers appear to be experimenting with Carlos Gomez in the leadoff spot. He went 2-3 with 1 HR, 3 RBI and 2 R out of the spot there yesterday. While a permanent move there shouldn't impact his HR/SB potential, it should lead to more runs scored and fewer RBI opportunities (maybe limiting him to the 55-65 range). That said, his runs scored could jump from the 70s to the 90s, so it certainly isn't a bad thing. - Eric Stashin
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RotoBaller | Mar 20th, 8:54am
After riding benches as a pinch runner and batting in the bottom of orders, Gomez finally broke out in 2013 with 40 SB, 24 HR, 73 RBI and an .843 OPS, and was one of the great value picks in all of 2013. Now that he is ranked as the 20th-overall pick in 2014, he might be a bit overvalued, because it'll be hard to duplicate his 2013 numbers. Still, he will continue to get on base and steal bags. - Justin Berglund