Álex González

(For the shortstop who played from 1994 to 2006, see Alex Gonzalez (shortstop, born 1973).) Alexander "Álex" Luis González (born February 15, 1977) is a former professional baseball shortstop. González played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Florida Marlins (1998–2005), Boston Red Sox (2006, 2009), Cincinnati Reds (2007–2009), Toronto Blue Jays (2010), Atlanta Braves (2010–2011), Milwaukee Brewers (2012–2013) and Detroit Tigers (2014). He was given the nickname "Sea-bass" while playing in Florida. He bats and throws right-handed.

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How would Álex González be described?

Álex González would be described as Major League Baseball shortstop free agent.

What is Álex González subject of?

Álex González is subject of Leones del Caracas players, Florida Marlins players, Louisville Bats players, Major League Baseball players from Venezuela, 1977 births, Atlanta Braves players, Boston Red Sox players, Caribbean Series players, Cincinnati Reds players, Detroit Tigers players, Living people, Major League Baseball shortstops, Milwaukee Brewers players, National League All-Stars, Pawtucket Red Sox players, Toronto Blue Jays players, Charlotte Knights players, People from Aragua, Brevard County Manatees players, Gulf Coast Marlins players, Kane County Cougars players and Portland Sea Dogs players.

What is the gender of Álex González?

Álex González is male.

What was or is the position of Álex González?

The position of Álex González is or was Shortstop.