Luis Alberto González (born June 26, 1979 in Maracay, Aragua State, Venezuela) is a utility player in Major League Baseball. He played for the Colorado Rockies between 2004 and 2006 and for the Yomiuri Giants of the Japan's Central League from 2007-2008.
González made his debut in the 2004 season. On April 6, facing Randy Johnson and the Arizona Diamondbacks in the season opener for both teams, González went 2-for-5, including one home run and two RBI, and the Rockies topped Arizona, 5-2.
González became the fifth Venezuelan player to play in the JCL during the 2007 season, joining fellow countrymen Alex Cabrera, Darwin Cubillán, Geremi González and Alex Ramírez.