Marwin Gonzalez Height: How Tall Is Marwin Gonzalez?

Marwin Gonzalez

Marwin Gonzalez debuted in the major leagues in 2012 with the Houston Astros.

Gonzalez made his pro debut in 2006, split between the AZL Cubs (.198/.266/.267 in 24 G) and the DSL Cubs (.265/.265/.485 in 18 G), after being signed by the Chicago Cubs and scout Hector Ortega. 

After missing most of 2007 due to injuries (he hit.288/.391/.492 with the AZL Cubs when healthy), He started the season with the Peoria Chiefs, but was overmatched (.224/.240/.294 in 33 games), so he moved on to the Boise Hawks, where he led the team with 43 RBI despite not hitting a home run. 

For Boise, he hit .279/.318/.365 and was fourth in the Midwest League in RBI, trailing just Mike Loberg, Dan Robertson, and David Paisano. 

In his first season in the Venezuelan League, he went 0 for 4 for the Leones del Caracas. He spent his first two pro seasons primarily at third base, then moved to second base and third base in 2008, proving himself as a very versatile player from the start.

Gonzalez hit .241/.287/.309 as a utility player for the Daytona Cubs in 2009. He appeared in more than 20 games at shortstop, third base, second base, and left field, as well as ten games in center field. 

With eight sacrifice hits, he tied for fourth place in the Florida State League. In winter ball, he batted .313/.363/.493 for Caracas, but he went 0 for 2 in the 2010 Caribbean Series. 

He played for both Daytona (.271/.330/.306 in 23 games) and the Tennessee Smokies (.246/.284/.341 in 86 games) the following summer, transitioning from a utility player to a starting shortstop.

How Tall Is Marwin Gonzalez?

Marwin Gonzalez is 1.85 m tall.