Gonzalez has been battling the finger injury in recent games. Colorado Rockies star Carlos Gonzalez left Thursday's game against Miami after aggravating a sprain on the middle finger on his right hand. The Rockies removed Carlos Gonzalez just before his fourth-inning at-bat in Thursday afternoon's game against the Marlins because the left fielder aggravated the sprain of his right middle finger in his first-inning at-bat. Over the last several days, he has experimented with different methods for wrapping the finger to protect it. Gonzalez struck out in the first inning against Marlins right-hander Nathan Eovaldi, and he remained in the game defensively. However, he pulled out of the Home Run Derby during All-Star festivities, although he did appear in the All-Star Game.