1B - FA
Adrian Gonzalez was released yesterday by the Mets after signing a one-year deal with the ball club in the offseason. The team recalled Dominic Smith to take Gonzalez's place on the roster.
Basically a non-factor this season for the offense, Gonzalez had gotten everyday at-bats at first base. Expect Smith to get the majority of the at-bats at first base going forward.
Adrian Gonzalez goes 2-for-4 and drove in two runs on a ground-rule double and a single, in win over Braves.
Even with a strong outing, Gonzalez is no more that a wishful thought for fantasy owners. Without consistent play and consistent production offensively, Gonzalez isn't even worth rostering at this point.
Adrian Gonzalez hit a solo shot in the fourth innings, for hit lone hit of the game.
There is not much to see here. Gonzalez is not the hitter he use to be. He really is only an option in deep or NL only leagues.
Adrian Gonzalez went 3-for-4 with two solo home runs and three runs scored in Monday's win over the Cincinnati Reds. The home runs were his fourth and fifth of the season.
While his batting average jumped from .231 to .256 with Monday's performance, Gonzalez still sits against most lefties and is a part time player for the Mets at this point in his career. Until he starts playing on a more regular basis, his fantasy value is limited.
Adrian Gonzalez went 2-for- 4 with a solo home run in Thursday's loss to the Braves.
Gonzalez now has two home runs on the season to go with 11 RBI. The former all-star is well past his prime and fantasy owners should stay away from rostering the left-hander outside of the deepest of formats.