Adrián González…resides in Los Angeles, CA with his wife, Betsy, and daughters, Brianna Belle and Alessandra Mia…his father, David, played amateur baseball in Mexico and was a first baseman on the Mexican National Team…older brother, Edgar, made his Major League debut with the Padres in 2008…they were the sixth set of brothers to play for the Padres and fourth pair to play together…moved from San Ysidro, CA to Tijuana at the age of one where he lived until he and his family returned to San Diego at the age of 13…honored by Mexico with its national sports award, the Premio Nacional de Deportes, in 2014…selected by the Florida Marlins with the first overall pick in the 2000 First-Year Player Draft and signed by scout David Finley.Hit .285 with 31 doubles, 18 homers and 90 RBI in 156 games...reached 90 RBI for the 10th consecutive season since 2007, becoming the only Major League player to accomplish the feat...He also is second all time in receptions with 1,325.Gonzalez was known for his durability, missing only two games in his seventeen-year career.
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Produced by fellow ex-NFL-er and current morning-show host Michael Strahan (he had been working on another film about athletes' post-career lives and "pulled this story out of that story," he said at the screening), "Play It Forward" examines not only a pair of football-playing brothers but more profound questions about fate and success.
As young boys growing up in Torrance, it was Chris, not Tony, who loved football, and Chris who embraced the finer points of the game that his brother would only later reluctantly come to appreciate.
Projected stats for the rest of the season as calculated by Steamer, which uses past performance and aging trends to develop a future projection for players.
It also uses pitch tracking data to help forecast pitchers.