Hector Gomez

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 194
Bat: R
Throw: R
College: None
Birth Place: San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic
Draft: Undrafted
  • Instant Replay: Giants 9, Phillies 2
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    Instant Replay: Giants 9, Phillies 2

    PHOENIX -- The Phillies' modest two-game winning streak ended in a 9-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.   Starting pitcher Ben Lively accounted for the Phillies' offense with a two-run homer in the fourth inning.   Lively's homer, the first of his career, gave the Phillies a 2-1 lead. Arizona scored eight runs in the next four innings to take control.   Arizona is 27-10 at home. The Phillies are 10-29 on the road and 24-49 overall.   Starting pitching report Lively's string of four straight quality starts to open his big-league career came to an end as he was tagged for seven hits and five runs (one was unearned) over 5 1/3 innings. Lively did not walk a batter nor did he have

  • Best of MLB: Turner, Taylor key Nationals' 18-3 blowout vs. Reds
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    Best of MLB: Turner, Taylor key Nationals' 18-3 blowout vs. Reds

    WASHINGTON -- Michael Taylor homered twice among his four hits, Trea Turner finished 5 of 5 with a walk and the Washington Nationals beat the Cincinnati Reds 18-3 on Saturday. Daniel Murphy had four RBIs for the Nationals. His three-run double highlighted the six-run second inning and Taylor's two-run homer capped a four-run fourth inning. Taylor added a solo shot in the sixth. Turner, Ryan Zimmerman, Matt Wieters each drove in two runs. All of Turner's career-high five hits were singles including run-scoring hits in the second and eighth. Washington led 13-0 as Joe Ross (4-3) blanked the Reds until Patrick Kivlehan's pinch-hit home run in the sixth. In his first appearance since Aug. 28, Homer

  • Orioles avoid dubious pitching mark, Bundy beats Rays 8-3
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    Orioles avoid dubious pitching mark, Bundy beats Rays 8-3

    The Baltimore Orioles' long run of mound misery is over. Dylan Bundy helped Baltimore avoid a dubious pitching record, throwing seven solid innings as the Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-3 Saturday. The Orioles had given up at least five runs in 20 straight games, matching the major league mark set by the 1924 Philadelphia Phillies. Baltimore went 6-14 over the stretch. "It's one thing to identify a problem, it's another things to solve it," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. "We're in the business of trying to solve issues. You can start by looking at them and realizing that you have them, but I don't think anybody's got to tell us we've had problems with our starting pitching." Bundy (8-6)