The Venezuelan gardener, Carlos Gonzalez, continues to belong to an organization of Big leagues (MLB) and the situation is clarified after it was reported that he had been released by the Seattle Mariners.
The information was clarified by Jon Heyman, who had also announced that Gonzalez ceased to be part of the team Sailors, in that group of players who were fired on Thursday.
Through your account TwitterHeyman apologized for the information in Position and the issue was clarified, following the Venezuelan in the ranks of the Sailors looking for a new opportunity in the MLB.
Carlos Gonzalez has not been released by the Mariners I am now told. My apologies for jumping the gun.
– Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 29, 2020
Gonzalez have a contract Minor Leagues with the Seattle team and continues to fight for a place on the roster of Big leagues for the 2020 campaign of MLB.
The born in Maracaibo comes from dividing in 2019 in the MLB with Indians and Puppies, where he took just 145 at-bats, hitting 24 hits, driving 10 runs and hitting just three home runs.
Carlos could be a “covered rooster” for the Sailors, knowing the experience you have in The majors in more than 10 seasons in MLB, with three participations in Star Games and individual distinctions such as Silver Bats and Gold Gloves.