For the first six months of last season, if spring training is included and in this case it has to be, Carlos Gomez was one of the worst players — and arguably the worst — in the American League. The former All-Star was so bad and such a poor fit, beginning with the spring reporting date, that the Houston Astros decided the best thing for them to do was to cut Gomez and eat the remainder of his $9 million contract. Out of a job in his walk year before free agency, Gomez was rescued by the Texas Rangers, who needed an outfielder for the stretch run after Shin-Soo Choo found the disabled list for a fourth time. Then, suddenly, for the final six weeks of last season Gomez was one of the best players — and arguably the best —for the AL West-champion Rangers. So enamored with Gomez were the Rangers that they signed him to a one-year deal worth $11. 5 million, not a payday for six weeks of good work. But the Rangers are confident in Gomez, who flourished in a clubhouse that embraced him and with hitting coaches who turned him back into an impact player. I just think he was in a spot mentally that was very challenging for him. Our job now as a coaching staff is that when we see those types of situations, we help get him out of those spots. The things that he was able to do defensively, what he was able to do at the plate, he still has that skill set. Our challenge is we’ve got to not let him get caught up in the challenges and keep him moving forward. Gomez batted. After starting his Rangers career 1 for 19, he batted. He was unemployed for two days before the Rangers signed him, and out of the majors until only Aug. Gomez found in the Rangers’ clubhouse veterans who pushed him and held him accountable. In Houston, he was the veteran and didn’t have anyone to keep him on the right path. Rangers hitting coach Anthony Iapoce and assistant hitting coach Justin Mashore went to work quickly on Gomez’s swing and helped him see the ball better than ever while maintaining bat speed. The question is would he be able to repeat his new swing during the off-season and into spring training. Not to worry, Gomez said. He’s had some off-season tutoring at his home in the Dominican Republic from Mashore. “We spent a week working to make it stronger and make it perfect,” Gomez said. “I know we’re going to have two months in the spring and start the season in the right shape. Gomez is so confident that he chose to sign only a one-year. Source: www.star-telegram.com
For the first six months of last season, if spring training is included and in this case it has to be, Carlos Gomez was one of the worst players — and arguably the worst — in the American League. The former All-Star was so bad and such a poor fit
On December 13th, Carlos Gomez signed a one-year, $11.5 million contract to remain with the Texas Rangers. Despite playing in just 33 games with Texas last season, his performance impressed the Rangers organization. After the Rangers' season ended,
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