What position does Luis Gonzalez play?

What position does Luis Gonzalez play?

Left fielder
Luis Gonzalez/Position

Is Luis Gonzalez good?

Gonzalez was a five-time All-Star and won a Silver Slugger Award in 2001. In addition to good power (354 career home runs), Gonzalez was known as an exceptional gap hitter. His 596 career doubles currently rank 19th on the all-time MLB list.

Who has the highest OPS in baseball 2021?

Major League Baseball Batting Leaders

  • Ohtani • LAA. 9.1.
  • Wheeler • PHI. 7.7.
  • Semien • TOR. 7.3.
  • Correa • HOU. 7.2.
  • Soto • WSN. 7.1.
  • Guerrero • TOR. 6.8.

What nationality is Luis Gonzalez?

Luis Gonzalez/Nationality

Is Rex Gonzalez related to Luis Gonzalez?

Luis’s brother is Rex Gonzalez. His son Jacob Gonzalez was a 2nd-round pick by the San Francisco Giants in the 2017 amateur draft. He first came to the majors at the end of the 1990 season with the Houston Astros, who had selected him in the 4th round of the 1988 amateur draft.

Does Luis Gonzalez speak Spanish?

You’re fluent in both Spanish and English — which was your first language? As a Cuban, Gonzalez is very wary of Fidel Castro. Gonzalez: My whole family is Cuban, so growing up with them I might have spoken Spanish first.

How old is Luis Gonzalez?

54 years (September 3, 1967)
Luis Gonzalez/Age

Who has the worst batting average in MLB 2021?

Kevin Newman’s very bad season 220/. 259/. 303 with a weighted on-base average (wOBA) of . 245, making him the worst statistical batter in MLB this season (nearly 10 points of wOBA below runner-up Elvis Andrus of the Oakland A’s).

Is Luis Gonzalez Mexican?

Luis Fernando González Hoenig (born September 10, 1995) is a Mexican professional baseball outfielder for the San Francisco Giants.

Who has the most triple crowns in baseball?

In the major leagues, the Pitching Triple Crown has been accomplished 39 times. The most by one player is three, accomplished by three players. Grover Cleveland Alexander captured his first two in consecutive seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies (1915–1916), and won a third in 1920 with the Chicago Cubs.