Adrian Gonzalez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Adrian Gonzalez returns from disabled list

    Orange County Register "The last time Adrian Gonzalez collected a base hit before Thursday, it was the sixth inning of a game between the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants on May 2. The line drive left his bat at 82.5 mph, with enough height to beat the Giants’ defensive shift for a single. A couple days later,..." May 19

  • Dodgers infielders Adrian Gonzalez and Logan Forsythe set to begin rehab assignments

    Los Angeles Times "Tuesday marks an important day in the rehabilitation of both Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez (elbow soreness) and second baseman Logan Forsythe (broken toe). Both are expected to play for class-A Rancho Cucamonga. Gonzalez is slated for seven innings at first base, manager Dave Roberts..." May 16

  • Dodgers Place Adrian Gonzalez On DL, Activate Joc Pederson

    MLB Trade Rumors "Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez is headed to the 10-day DL with ongoing forearm tendinitis, the club has announced, with center fielder Joc Pederson being activated from his own stint. Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reported earlier that the move was very likely..." May 05

  • Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez: 'I should have gone on the DL to start the season'

    Los Angeles Times "Adrian Gonzalez reached across his body and pointed toward his right forearm. The entire mess started there. And perhaps, with the benefit of hindsight, it should have ended there. “I should have gone on the DL to start the season from this,” Gonzalez said Wednesday afternoon, a few hours..." May 04

  • Adrian Gonzalez on World Baseball Classic: 'They're not even the Little League World Series'

    Sporting News "Fresh off an appearance with Team Mexico, Dodgers' first baseman Adrian Gonzalez is none-too-pleased with the World Baseball Classic. The 34-year-old, whose Mexican team was eliminated after losing two of its three games in group play, said the event has delusions of grandeur, according to the..." March 15

  • Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez: To shut down swinging for two weeks

    CBS Sports "Gonzalez will take two weeks off from swinging due to experiencing elbow inflammation, Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times reports. Coming off his 11th consecutive season of registering at least 600 plate appearances, it appears Gonzalez will be forced to take things slowly in spring..." February 17