MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (WXOW) Carlos Gomez was one of the focuses of the Minnesota media at this week's All-Star Game festivities.
The Brewers centerfielder made his second straight all-star appearance Tuesday night in a 5-3 American League win at Target Field.
It's the kind of potential he flashed but couldn't sustain when he spent two seasons of his career with the Twins. He was traded after the 2009 season.
"I'm 28 years old now. I have five more years of experience. I've been around a lot of different coaches and a lot of good players. You learn. Everyday you learn something new. Like I said before, power is the last thing to come. I learned how to use my power and it's helped me become successful," Gomez said.
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