Marwin Gonzalez

Marwin Gonzalez Fantasy

Healthy
0.150 355th
2019
3.2 295th
2019
0.322 310th
2019
0.736 283rd
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 205 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
3/14/1989 (31)
Experience
8
College
None

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Marwin Gonzalez News

Marwin Gonzalez Drives In Three Runs In Spring Debut

Minnesota Twins outfielder/infielder Marwin Gonzalez got the start at second base and drove in three runs in his first game of the spring against the Tigers. Gonzalez hit a two-run double in the second inning, then belted a solo home run in the fifth inning. He certainly looks like he recovered well from his offseason knee surgery and has a current ADP of 311. Gonzalez doesn't possess a ton of upside, considering he'll be a utility player this year. Still, at least 20 home runs and 25 doubles is possible, which would make him a solid late-round pick.

4 months ago
Marwin Gonzalez Had Knee Surgery In October

Minnesota Twins outfielder Marwin Gonzalez had knee surgery to repair a patellar debridement in October. The recovery time is usually at least six to eight weeks, which explains why Gonzalez is only just making his debut in Minnesota's ninth spring game. The 30-year-old hasn't approached the 23 home runs he hit in 2017 since leaving Houston, though there's always the potential for 20 home runs with his game, especially in the Twins' stacked lineup. Gonzalez won't cost much at his current ADP of 311.

4 months ago
Max Kepler, Marwin Gonzalez, Luis Arraez Playing Friday

Minnesota Twins outfielder Max Kepler (shoulder), utility man Marwin Gonzalez (oblique) and second baseman Luis Arraez (ankle) are all in the starting lineup for Game 1 of the American League Division Series on Friday against Yankees lefty James Paxton. Kepler is in center field and is hitting sixth, Gonzalez is in left field and will hit seventh and Arraez is starting at the keystone and is batting ninth. All three players are coming off injuries and are in the lower half of the lineup, so they aren't all that appealing for DFS purposes. Kepler was one of the team's better offensive players during the year, so if you're going to pick one, he'd be the best bet. He actually hit for a better average against left-handers this season, too.

over 9 months ago