Small athletic frame. Likely will not fill out much more.
Good pitch recognition with a solid approach. Doesn't consistently
drive the ball with authority. Fringe-average bat.
Power: Historically has shown
well below-average power. Showed some pop in 2019 with Gwinnett.
Above-average runner with instincts to steal bases.
Field: Above-average range and glove. Able to play third
base, shortstop, second base, and corner outfield.
Kansas City bought him out of his committment to Miami in 2011.
Came up through the Roayls system as an all-glove utility player
without the ability to drive the ball on offense. Signed with
Atlanta in 2019 and had a nice showing in Triple-A, including
improved pop. Recieved an invitation to major league spring
training in 2020 but did not play for the Braves. Did not
receive an invitation to Spring Training in 2021, but opened
2021 at the Alternate Training Site on the Development List.
Played for Team USA in the 2021 Olympics after transferring from
Team Puerto Rico, winning a silver medal. Made MLB debut with
Boston in 2021 as a call-up when Boston dealt with a covid
Emergency infield depth, especially due to his versatility. To get
an extended major league look he will need to show that his
improved power in 2019 was not a fluke.
This page will be updated with a scouting report after the
scouting team has seen the player in person.