When Adrian Gonzalez led the major leagues in runs batted in last season, he was often hitting behind Hanley Ramirez and in front of Matt Kemp.
Continuing his endless sexy streak of photo shoots, photographer Adrian C. Martin turns his eyes toward model Alejandro González and bright pairs of PUMP! underwear. It’s a fantastic photo shoot. Not in the usual sense — we’re feeling touches of fantasy from these dreamy pics. As dreamy as they are though, they’re hot enough to leave you wide-eyed. Like a shot […]
Male model Adan González wears looks by Garçon Français in this photo shoot by Adrian C. Martin. Adan also doesn’t wear looks by Garçon Français in this photo shoot. We aren’t complaining though, far from it. Adrian is a talented photographer 100 percent of the time, but this sexy set of pics is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable. Possibly even a favorite? […]
Ever since Guggenheim Baseball Management purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise in 2012, the Dodgers have been the most polarizing team in the MLB. They immediately went out and acquired superstars like Adrian Gonzalez and Hanley...Show More Summary
They say you shouldn't knock something 'til you try it... but this sounds gross -- Yasiel Puig puts KETCHUP on his sushi. Ketchup. And raw fish. Together. At least, that's what Puig's L..A Dodgers teammate Adrian Gonzalez told us last night…
In a stern tone, Tony Gonzalez proclaimed Roger Goodell, by keeping Adrian Peterson off the field, is sending a proper message.
Specs Who Adrian Gonzalez Age 32 Claim to fame Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman; winner of the 2014 Silver Slugger Award, Golden Glove Award and Fielding Bible Award Base San Diego Twitter @AdrianTitan23 What’s the first information you consume in the morning? I look up fantasy football stuff on the ESPN and CBS apps. Show More Summary
PHOENIX — Theo Epstein's moment of truth in Chicago finally has arrived, four years after he blew away the baseball world in Boston with the acquisition of Adrian Gonzalez and signing of Carl Crawford to a seven-year, $142 million d...
Pretty sure this qualifies as a decent week for Adrian Gonzalez.
Clayton Kershaw is not going to win every postseason award. Dodgers teammate Zack Greinke saw to that Tuesday.
And here we go again, the first of our annual (almost) Daily Dodger in Review posts, starting with:
The Los Angeles Dodgers, despite Major League Baseball’s highest payroll at $240 million, its best pitcher in Clayton Kershaw and a boatload of high-priced talent including Adrian Gonzalez, Matt Kemp and Carl Crawford, crashed out of...Show More Summary
The Dodgers first baseman snags a foul ball with a full extension grab to end the top of the sixth. Almost immediately after Clayton Kershaw gave up just his second hit -- and second home run -- of the night, Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez made a spectacular play on a Randal Grichuk foul ball to end the sixth inning. Show More Summary
Seven times, Adrian Gonzalez has driven in 100 or more runs.
Adrian Gonzalez hit a three-run homer to finish with a major league-leading 116 RBIs, Matt Kemp added a two-run shot and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies, 10-5, on Sunday for their fifth straight victory heading into postseason play.
CHICAGO — On a day Adrian Gonzalez belted a couple of home runs and drove in five runs to become baseball's leader in runs batted in, the Dodgers couldn't win.
Tens of thousands of Los Angeles Dodgers fans haven't heard legendary broadcaster Vin Scully call games. They've missed two Dodger no-hitters, first baseman Adrian Gonzalez's clutch home runs, outfielder Yasiel Puig's antics and pitching ace Clayton Kershaw clinching his 19th win of the season.
SAN FRANCISCO — Adrian Gonzalez said last month that he thought Clayton Kershaw deserved to be the National League's most valuable player. Now Gonzalez is certain of it.
KEY MOMENT: Arizona starter Trevor Cahill took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, with a 2-0 lead. He got the first out, then lost the no-hitter, shutout and lead within a span of three batters — a double by Dee Gordon, a walk to Hanley Ramirez and a home run by Adrian Gonzalez.
If Adrian Gonzalez could play the Diamondbacks every game, he’d be the stuff of legend. They’d compare Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth to him. They wouldn’t name candy bars after him, but ballparks.