Eusebio Miguel (Lopez) "Papo" Gonzalez
Shortstop, Third Base


5'10", 165 lbs., Batted Right, Threw Right
Born: July 13, 1892, Havana, Cuba
Died: February 14, 1976, Havana, Cuba

Debut: July 26, 1918

 

Eusebio Gonzalez joined the Red Sox as they began a western road trip in July 1918. He tripled in his first major league game, at Comiskey Park.

in November 1913, during an exhibition tour, the Brooklyn Dodgers offered $3,000 for Gonzalez, who was hitting over .400 in the Cuban League. He played in the New York State League from 1914-17, playing for Troy, Binghamton and Binghamton-Scranton.

Gonzalez was signed by Springfield in the Eastern League in 1917. He was hitting .252 with 30 runs scored in 57 games when he was picked up by the Red Sox. He was sold back to Springfield in February 1919.

 

Batting
Year Ag Tm  Lg  G  AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR  RB  SB  BB  SO    BA  OBP  SLG  TB  SH  HBP
1918 25 BOS AL  3   5   2   2   0   1   0   0   0   1   1  .400 .571 .800   4   0   1
 
Fielding
Year Ag Tm  Lg Pos   G   PO    A    E   DP    FP  lgFP   RnF lgRnF
1918 25 BOS AL  SS   2    1    2    0    0 1.000  .939  1.50  5.23
                3B   1    2    1    0    0 1.000  .948  3.00  3.25
Position Total  SS   2    1    2    0    0 1.000 1.000  1.50  5.00
                3B   1    2    1    0    0 1.000 1.000  3.00  3.00
Overall Total        3    3    3    0    0 1.000 1.000  2.00  4.33