Carlos Gomez | Biography

Posted On: 15 Sep, 2014


Carlos Gomez | Biography

Quick Facts

Date of Birth December 04, 1985
Age 33 Years 8 Month(s)
Nationality Dominican
Profession Baseball player
Wife/Spouse Gerandy Gomez
Girlfriend No
Is Gay/Lesbian No
Divorced? No
Married Yes
Net Worth $38.1 Million Dollars
Height 6 feet 3 inches(191 cm)
Weight 215 lbs
Children/Kids N/A

Carlos Argelis Gómez Pena who is also known as Go-Go, is a professional baseball player who was born on the 4th of December, 1985 (his age is 28 years old) in Santiago, Dominican Republic. HE was born to parents Suzzie and Arthur, a baseball ex-player and coach. Although his father died in an early age, his mother always inspired him towards the game by letting it play it. He has to sisters in his family. After completing his school, he started playing in a professional level and thus didn’t go to college.

At the age of 16, he signed into professional team Mets and together with Fernando Martínez, they were the best players in their team. With Carlos and Fernando playing together, New York Mets became the top team in the league, winning three titles in consecutive seasons. Then after some time, Pena left the team to sign with Binghamton Mets in 2006. Now this team used to play in the Eastern League and with his arrival, they won the Sterling Award. In his first season with his new team, he was second in the list who had the record of 8 triple bases and 41 doubles. He also had made 281 runs. After having achieved all this in a season, he quit this club too and moved in with New Orleans Zephyrs in the Pacific Coast League. There, he played his sensational game and still amazing his fans, made a total score of 286 in his 1st season. This amazing run score comprised of 8 doubles, 2 triples and also a couple of home runs.

With Minnesota Twins, where he arrived for a season in 2008, he quiet easily replaced their ex- star player Torri Hunter. I 2008, he already won the 3-way race leaving league toppers like Jason Pridie and Denard Span far behind. It was there that his manager Ron nick named him “Go-Go”, which was due to his last name and his terrific speed. Alongside another fast player Alexi Casilla, the head coach named his star strikers “Loose Cannon One” and “Loose Cannon Two”. When he hit for the cycle in that year, he became the 3rd youngest player in MLB history to hit a cycle. Currently, he is playing with Milwaukee Brewers, which he joined in 2010. He was signed in exchange to J.J Hardy for 250 thousand dollars. He has already signed a 24 million dollars deal to remain in the club till 2016. With an average of 300 hits, he won the National League Player of the Week, award. He is the star player and main hitter of Milwaukee Brewers, with an average of .318 runs that include 20 doubles, 40 RBIs, 12 home runs and also 11 stolen bases.

A prolific player, he is a tall and strong man with a well build physique and a great height of 6 feet and 3 inches. He likes to show off his athletic and well build body and he has got many shirtless pictures on the internet and his twitter account as well. He has been married to his longtime girlfriend and now wife, Gerandy Gomez. The couple had been dating for 4 years before getting married. They do not have any other affair with anybody else, and after having their first child recently, it looks like the couple are strong together. Hence there is no chance of them getting divorced soon. He is definitely not gay.
In 2914, his net worth was 20 million US dollars, with an average salary of 7 million dollars. Now with that money, he has made it into the 20 Richest American sports figure. To know more about him, you can read about his life and career in Wikipedia.

However, there is another Carlos Gomez, who is a TV actor and has played many movies and TV shows as well.