While Carlos Gomez was 16-year-old, he made a contract with New York Mets as an international free agent. At that time, he was considered as one of their top outfield prospects together with Fernando Martínez. While he was contributing to the New York Mets, the shortstop José Reyes, who represented the National League in stolen bases and for his triples for multiple seasons he is considered faster than Carlos.
Similarly, Carlos became the starting center fielder for the Minnesota Twins. While playing for this club, he won a three-way race for the center field by beating out prospects Denard Span and Jason Pridie. In the next season, he had an outstanding regular-season with Twins, attending 2 on total 3, 2 stolen bases and 2 runs as the Twins beat the Angels.
Later, Carlos was traded to Milwaukee Brewers in the replacement of J. J. Hardy with a deal of $250,000. He leads all NL outfielders in range factor, at 2.97 and tied for the NL lead in fielding percentage for outfielders, at 1.000. He extended his contract with Milwaukee Brewers for three years with the deal of $24 million.
After playing regularly two years for this club, he was traded to Houston Astros in the exchange of Domingo Santana, Brett Phillips, Josh Hader, and Adrian Houser. For Houston Astros, he hit 210 with five home runs in 85 games. Leaving the club, he started to play for the Texas Rangers on August 20, 2016.
Carlos is Dominican by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Currently, he is possibly single and seems very secretive about his personal life or information related to his girlfriend and wife. He is not yet married and doesn't have any child.
Carlos is one of the popular baseball player, who earns a tremendous amount of money from his professional career. He has played for numerous, club from which he must have collected a chunk of money. His present salary is $9 million, present market value is $12 million and net worth is estimated around $18 million.