The Orioles have signed veteran infielder Alex Gonzalez to a minor league contract with an invitation to big spring training camp.
Gonzalez, who turns 37 on Feb. 15, hit .177 in 41 games for Milwaukee last season. He made his major league debut with Florida in 1998 and has played 15 seasons, the last two with the Brewers.
Gonzalez has seen action most as a shortstop, but last year...
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February 03, 2014
No, Jason Segura started at shortstop for the Milwaukee Brewers in Monday's game while Alex Gonzalez played first base. However, it would be understandable if FOX Sports viewers were confused by the graphic they displayed before the game showing Gonzalez playing both positions.
Now that would be impressive, but something tells us Gonzalez will stick with playing one defensive...
Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Alex Gonzalez left Friday's game against St. Louis after being hit on his left hand by a pitch.
X-rays on Gonzalez's hand were negative, and the Brewers announced he left the game with a left hand contusion. Gonzalez was hit by a 92-mph fastball from Cardinals right-hander Shelby Miller in the second inning but stayed in the game before coming...
The Milwaukee Brewers will likely open the season with Alex Gonzalez as their everyday first basemen.
Gonzalez has appeared in 1,903 major league games, yet none of them have come at first. The 36-year-old was signed to a one-year deal with the Brewers over the winter with the team planning to use him as a utility infielder.
With Corey Hart out until May with a knee injury the Brewers...
The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free-agent shortstop Alex Gonzalez to a one-year major league deal, according to a source.
Gonzalez will make $1.5 million and will have the opportunity to earn nearly $1 million more in performance bonuses.
Gonzalez played just 24 games for the Brewers last season. In 2011 he hit .241 with 15 home runs and 56 RBI in 149 games for the Atlanta Braves...
Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke says shortstop Alex Gonzalez will undergo surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right knee and will miss the remainder of the season.
Gonzalez was injured Saturday, sliding into second base during the Brewers' 5-2 loss at San Francisco.
Signed to a one-year deal before the season with the hopes of shoring up the Brewers' defense...
Just when Milwaukee's road trip couldn't seem to get any longer, shortstop Alex Gonzalez slid into second base, turning his knee awkwardly Saturday in San Francisco. He rolled over, writhing in pain at the base and the Brewers promptly put Gonzalez on the 15-day DL.
On Monday, the Brewers announced that Gonzalez's injury was much more serious than that.
The Milwaukee Brewers' tough week for injuries continues to get worse.
In the top of the second inning against San Francisco on Saturday, shortstop Alex Gonzalez left the game after he slid into second base, turning his right knee on the base while stealing.
Gonzalez was called safe on the steal but jammed his foot into the base on a late slide. He immediately spun flat on...
When Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin turned over three infield spots this offseason, two of the new guys got a lot of attention -- largely because of the man they are replacing.
After Prince Fielder signed a 214 million free-agent contract with Detroit, the Brewers were left with holes at first base and in the cleanup spot, and much speculation centered on whether...
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The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to terms with free-agent shortstop Alex Gonzalez, his agent tells The Associated Press.
Agent Eric Goldschmidt confirms the Brewers' deal with Gonzalez is for one year with a vesting option. The team didn't immediately announce the deal, which was reported by Fox Sports earlier Thursday.
The 34-year-old Gonzalez played 149 games for the...
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December 08, 2011