MLB: Dominican Mets prospect surprises with performances and ‘breaks’ at LIDOM

The winter leagues have served as a stage for talents seeking to reach baseball from the MLB demonstrate their capabilities in their respective departments. Such is the case of Ronny Mauricio, New York Mets prospect, who is ‘breaking’ her and surprising her with his performances in the Dominican Republic Professional Baseball League (LIDOM).

The New York Mets have a prospect in their ranks who is standing out in winter baseball, specifically in the Dominican League, and it is Ronny Mauricio, who plays with the LICEY Tigers.

The 20-year-old shortstop prospect has been ‘fired up’ with the stick and 33 plate appearances from the 10 games he has already played is hitting .349 with two home runs, two doubles and one. stolen base.

The San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic native also stood out in the 2021 Minor League Season, as he completed a .248 / .296 / .449 offensive line, with 20 home runs, 15 doubles, five triples and 11 stolen bases. in 108 games.

Ronny Mauricio might not be far from making his MLB debut, but doing so with the New York Mets would most likely be adapted to third base, since Francisco Lindor owns the short stops.

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MLB: Dominican Mets prospect surprises with performances and ‘breaks’ at LIDOM