The Revolution fans with the best memories will remember Gonzalez, as he signed with York prior to the 2011 season. As camp started that year, he was only in town for a matter of hours before the Milwaukee Brewers inked him to a deal. Gonzalez wound up spending two entire seasons with that organization, shuttling back and forth between Double-A Huntsville and Triple-A Nashville before going to the White Sox this offseason.
Gonzalez has 91 games of Major League time. He made his MLB debut with the White Sox in 2007, 67 games, before appearing in 10 more games a season later with Cleveland. His most recent MLB time came with the Marlins in 2009, 14 games. With three big league home runs to his credit, Gonzalez is entering his 12th professional season after originally being drafted by the White Sox in 2001.