Gonzalez was riding a nine-game hitting streak heading into the Dodgers' final homestand, hitting .378 (14-for-37) with a double, two homers and five RBIs on the team's recent nine-game road trip.
Prior to hitting the road last week, Gonzalez had gone just 20-for-86 (.233) since making his Dodgers debut on Aug. 25.
Manager Don Mattingly said he's not surprised by the slugger's turnaround over the past nine games, based on his track record.
"I do like the way he looks right now," Mattingly said. "He seems more front-sided to me, where he's staying in there and seeing less of the backhand and more of the front hand."