In the absence of José Bautista, the Blue Jays brought up Anthony Gose. There were a lot of firsts for Gose on that day. Gose’s first major league hit came in the ninth inning, when he bunted into a single against Clay Rapada.
On July 18, Gose made his Major League debut in right field and batted leadoff, going 0-for-3 with a pair of strikeouts in his first at-bat. Upon the return off the injured list of Brandon Morrow, Gose was sent back to Triple-A on August 25th.
The Blue Jays selected Gose from Triple-A to the major leagues on September 4, when rosters were extended and the Triple-A season came to a close.
A three-run home run by Gose in a September 8 game against the Boston Red Sox was his first career home run. A.223 batting average, a home run, and 11 RBIs in 166 at-bats were the stats for Gose in the 2012 season; he also had 15 stolen bases.
On March 25, 2013, the Blue Jays assigned Gose to their newly acquired Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons. On May 20, he was called up by the Blue Jays. As a result, Mickey Storey has been designated for assignment in order to make room on the roster for Gose.
On June 6, the Bisons exercised their option to reassign Gose. On the 16th of August, he was taken back into custody.
What Team Is Anthony Gose On?
Professional baseball personality Anthony Gose plays for the Cleveland Guardians of Major League Baseball. He plays for the team as a baseball pitcher and outfielder.
Gose signed a minor-league deal with the Cleveland Indians on December 8, 2018. Spring training invitations for 2020 was extended to Gose.
His contract expired on November 2, 2020, making him a free agent. On November 17, 2020, Gose signed a minor league contract with the Indians.