It's Official: Rockies agree to terms with Carlos González

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The Colorado Rockies announced Monday that they have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with outfielder Carlos González.

Carlos González, 32, batted .262 with 14 home runs in 2017, his ninth season with Colorado and his 10th in the Major Leagues. González has a career batting average of .288, with 215 home runs, 711 RBI, and 117 stolen bases.

Cargo is a three-time All-Star with the Rockies (2012-13, 2016) and ranks third in franchise history in games played (1,115), fourth in doubles and home runs, fifth in hits, triples, RBI and walks, sixth in slugging percentage (.521), eighth in batting average and ninth in on-base percentage (.351). In his career with Colorado, González has earned three Gold Gloves (2010, 2012-13) and two Silver Sluggers (2010, 2015). He earned his first Gold Glove and Silver Slugger in 2010, a season in which he led the National League in batting average (.336), hits and total bases (351, tied for the Major League lead) and finished third in MVP voting.