La Stella has provided the Braves clutch hitting and defense since he was called up from Triple-A. He has appeared in 69 games and his hitting .274 (68-for-248) with one home run and 27 RBIs.
Gosselin appeared in 14 games prior to Sunday and hit .320 (8-for-14). He has played solid defense, recording seven assists and five putouts in the past two games.
Gonzalez said he will “play it by ear” in determining how he will use Gosselin and La Stella.
“Sometimes you talk about bring a little bit of that energy and he has done that,’ Gonzalez said of Gosselin. “Nothing against Tommy. I’m sure he will run in there again soon enough.”