Outfielder Carlos Gonzalez has joined a smaller league deal with the Cleveland Indians. Sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan, confirming several reports.
He will receive a base salary of $ 2 million if he does the lead role.  Gonzalez – Rockie's long-standing charismatic challenger, emotional leader and three-hour All-Star and three-time Gold Glove winner – left the team as a free agent after the 2017 season and then returned to Colorado in March of March with a $ 5 million, one-year contract – a major cut from its previous $ 80 million deal over seven years.
The player nodded CarGo hit .280 with 11 home runs and 41 RBIs in the first half, but his production tailed off after the break, with him batting .272 with only five races and 23 RBIs. He finished with 1
Gonzalez, 33, then went 1 to 10 with two walks in the loss of the Rockies NL division series to Milwaukee Brewers.
In the years since he enjoyed his first trip to the after-season, there had been lots of heights, with Gonzalez as NL batting champ in 2010, setting up two 100-RBI seasons and hitting career high 40 homers in 2015. His number for the Rockies also included a .290 average with 227 homers and 749 RBIs.