Is from the Dominican Republic...signed with the San Francisco Giants as an international free agent at the age of 18 in 2011.
Began the season with double-A Richmond and batted .305 (94-for-308) with 19 doubles, eight home runs and 38 RBI in 78 games for the Flying Squirrels...Was called up to the big leagues for the first time in his career in July and went 8-for-33 (.242) over 22 games with San Francisco...Was recalled from double-A Richmond on July 7 and made his ML debut as a pinch-hitter lining out to right fielder Giancarlo Stanton in the 9th inning off Marlins' RHP Dustin McGowan...Ranked fourth in the Eastern League with 94 hits at the time of his call-up...Was placed on the 10-day disabled list on Aug. 12 with inflammation in his right knee...left the game in the 1st inning on Aug. 8 vs. Chicago-NL with right knee discomfort...remained on the DL for the rest of the season.
Batted a combined .330 in 109 games at Class A Augusta and San Jose...he totaled 17 home runs and 67 RBI while compiling an .882 OPS. Joined the SJ Giants from Augusta on July 16... was leading the South Atlantic League in batting average (.371) at the time of his promotion. Had his contract selected by the Giants on Nov. 18 and was added to the 40-man roster.
Was named to the Northwest League MidSeason and Postseason All-Star teams, hitting .319 with six home runs and 52 RBI in 66 games. Gómez paced Salem-Keizer's league-leading offense, ranking second in batting average (.319), first in hits (88), first in RBI (52), first in total bases (121) and struck out at the second-lowest rate (once every 12.22 at-bats). Hit safely in a Salem-Keizer record 22 straight games...was just four games away from tying the Northwest League record of 26 games, set by Gary Johnson in 1982 with Tri-City. Played both catcher and third base.
Was the MVP of the Dominican Summer League after batting .318 with five home runs and 60 RBI in 65 games...led the DSL in RBI. Was named to the Dominican Summer League Mid-Season All-Star team. Split the season between catcher and first base.