Miguel González

Miguel González

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/170 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Gudalajara, Mexico
College: Los Angeles Mission CC, CA
Draft: Undrafted 2005 signed by the
  • New York City News

    Astros' Jose Urquidy glad to be back starting vs. White Sox

    Houston Astros right-hander Jose Urquidy will oppose the visiting Chicago White Sox on Saturday, making the first of what he hopes will be many starts this season. After detouring to the bullpen during Houston's run to the 2022 World Series title, Urquidy isn't eager to go back. Urquidy will aim to help Houston secure at least a split of the season-opening series against Chicago.

  • whtc

    Foul Friday as White Sox, Red Wings, Pistons and Griffins Fall Hard; Tigers at Tampa on WHTC Today

    UNDATED (WHTC-AM/FM, Apr. 1, 2023) – The Detroit Tigers face the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg this afternoon. Coverage led by Dan Dickerson begins at 3:45 PM on 99 7/1450 WHTC. The Cubs host the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field in Chicago this afternoon. A three-run double by Yordan Alvarez in the bottom of the seventh inning enabled the Astros to rally past the visiting Chicago White Sox last night, 6-3. The two teams meet again at Minute Maid Park in Houston this afternoon. *** Five Jets had a goal and an assist each – Kyle Connor, Dylan DeMelo, Nikolaj Ehlers, Mark Scheifele and Black Wheeler – as Winnipeg waltzed past the visiting Red Wings last night, 6-2. Detroit

  • Pinstripe Alley

    Yankees Rivalry Roundup: Astros, Guardians bounce back from Opening Day losses

    With a built in weather contingency off-day on Friday, Yankees fans had an extra 24 hours to soak in the good vibes of the nearly flawless victory on Opening Day. There were only four games in total, with three of the Yankees AL rivals — Astros, Guardians, and Mariners — seeing action. The White Sox were surprise winners over the defending champion Astros on Opening day, but the Houston avenged the defeat with a come-from-behind victory on Friday.