Jonny Gomes is a former professional baseball player who played for several teams during his career. He was known for his powerful hitting and his ability to motivate his teammates. Gomes began his career in the minor leagues, playing for several teams before being called up to the majors. He made his debut with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2003 and played for them until 2008.

During his time with the Devil Rays, Gomes established himself as a power hitter, hitting 20 or more home runs in three consecutive seasons. He also became known for his fiery personality and his ability to motivate his teammates. In 2008, Gomes was traded to the Cincinnati Reds, where he continued to be a productive player.

Gomes played for the Reds for two seasons before being traded to the Washington Nationals in 2011. He played for the Nationals for one season before being traded to the Oakland Athletics in 2012. Gomes had a productive season with the Athletics, hitting 18 home runs and helping the team reach the playoffs.

In 2013, Gomes signed with the Boston Red Sox, where he became a fan favorite. He played a key role in the team's World Series championship that year, hitting a crucial home run in Game 4 of the World Series. Gomes continued to play for the Red Sox until 2014, when he was traded to the Atlanta Braves.

Gomes played for the Braves for one season before signing with the Kansas City Royals in 2015. He played for the Royals for a short time before being released and signing with the Rakuten Golden Eagles of the Japanese Pacific League. Gomes played for the Golden Eagles for one season before retiring from baseball.

Throughout his career, Gomes was known for his powerful hitting and his ability to motivate his teammates. He was also known for his charitable work, including his support for military veterans and his work with the Wounded Warrior Project. Gomes was a fan favorite wherever he played, and his fiery personality and leadership skills made him a valuable asset to any team.