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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 807 of 974 players
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Carlos A. Gomez
Born: December 4, 1985 at Santiago, Dominican Republic
Throws: Right Bats: Right
Height: 6.04 Weight: 195

Carlos Gomez was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on May 13, 2007, and May 14, 2007.

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First Mets game: May 13, 2007
Last Mets game: September 29, 2007





Winner of Sterling award, 2005. (Hagerstown Suns)
Winner of Sterling award, 2006. (Binghamton Mets)

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Walnutz15
May 14, 2007
Nice little (unexpected) surprise when I turned on the television yesterday afternoon. I had to do a double-take when I saw Mr. Gomez step to the plate for his 1st Major League at-bat.

He very likely wouldn't have been called up, otherwise -- had either of Milledge/Johnson been playing for an extended period of time at New Orleans. And that's just fine....since the Mets now have the luxury of a glut of young outfield talent in their system.

As for Gomez's debut, this kid looks pretty smooth...and no matter how he got here, his rise through the ranks was pretty darned quick.

Exceptional speed, he's got a pretty good arm, to boot. I wouldn't worry about lack of power (since he'll fill out in the years to come) as much as I would plate-discipline -- if he shows as good an eye as Milledge started to show towards the end of last season, I'd be pretty happy.

Even if this is just a short-stay, which it looks to be...I like the look of his Gomez's game.

Good luck, kid. Hope to hear from you in the future.

KennyJoe
June 8, 2007
I liked Milledge in '06 but this "Carlos Gomez" guy is awesome! I mean, I'm here sittin in the office when I just came out of the den watching Carlos Gomez having an awesome night in Detroit! One of many! I mean,I'm not sayin that he will be in the HOF, but he will be a decent outfielder. (I'm 11 years old) He really belongs on the Mets. Keep up the good work Carlos!!!

SiddFinch1
June 25, 2007
This kid looks good. He needs a little more time in the minors, but hopefully next season he will be one of the corner outfielders and in a few years will be a major force. He is very very fast- faster than Reyes I think!

Ant
July 17, 2007
I love this kid. He plays with energy and he's extremely talented. I don't know how he broke his hand swinging a bat but while he was here he was good. Hopefully he pans out.

Jamey Bumbalo
August 7, 2007
He hasn't done anything extraordinary yet, but I definitely like what I've seen so far. He might need more time in the minors, so I wonder if the Mets have rushed him; I don't know. I hope he lives up to his potential (and billing) and does well for the Mets for years to come.

Rob
December 29, 2007
The guy can fly like the wind. However, I think that all the press he is getting as a future star is more hype than reality. Doesn't look like he can handle the bat at the major league level unless he is going to try to become a guy who hits the ball into the ground and gets a single due to his speed. While I hope I'm wrong, I think in a few years time, people will look back on Carlos as another of the "can't miss" young players who does miss. Hopefully he gets dealt in a trade for some value before this comes to pass.

Ken
February 3, 2008
Carlos,

Thanks for bringing a bolt of energy to the Mets last year. But hopefully your lasting contribution will be as part of the best trade in Mets history. On paper, it's a great trade and let's just hope it holds up to that in the harsh light of performance.

Thanks for a great flash of your talent. Best of luck in Minny.

Davidk
February 9, 2008
At best he's another Chuck Carr. He has incredible speed but couldn't hit water if he fell out of a boat. The fact that he was traded for the best pitcher in baseball is amazing.









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