Gio Gonzalez News Archive
Gonzalez gave up four runs -- three earned -- and and six hits in 6.2 innings at Baltimore on Thursday. He issued three walks and struck out seven.
Gonzalez turned in a dominant outing Saturday against the Cubs, striking out seven batters over eight scoreless innings, while allowing just four hits and a lone walk in a 13-0 victory.
Gonzalez scattered two hits and two walks over seven scoreless innings to earn the win in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Cubs. He struck out seven.
Gonzalez pitched well in his second start since coming off the disabled list, blanking the Brewers for six innings to earn the win.
Gonzalez took the no-decision in his return from the disabled list Wednesday against the Astros. He allowed four runs on five hits and three walks over with six strikeouts over five innings.
Gonzalez (shoulder) was activated from the disabled list Wednesday and will start against the Astros, MLB.com reports.
Gonzalez (shoulder) is slated to return from the disabled list and start Wednesday against the Astros, James Wagner of the Washington Post reports.
Gonzalez (shoulder) will be activated next week, but his first start date hasn't been determined according to manager Matt Williams, Dan Kolko of MASN reports.
Following a strong rehab outing Thursday, Gonzalez (shoulder) is confident that his next start will be with the Nationals, the team's official website reports. "I'm ready to go," Gonzalez said. "I'm ready to slot myself back in there. Arm feels great, and I feel like I'm ready to go up there and do my part as a starting pitcher."
Gonzalez (shoulder) threw four innings in a rehab game Thursday, walking four and allowing one run with seven strikeouts, James Wagner of the Washington Post reports.