Boston Red Sox is an organization characterized by having super prospects within it that later become figures in MLB. One of those who could go that way is the Mexican Marcelo Mayer, who hit his first home run as a professional minor league player (MiLB) of the Red Sox.
Marcelo Mayer has scored one more achievement in his career as a Boston Red Sox player that is beginning, since he made his first home run in the Minors for the Florida Complex League Red Sox.
The Mexican super prospect blew the wall in the match against the FCL Twins and produced three runs, sending the ball all over right field as one of the highlights of his big night.
The 18-year-old also drove in a run with a single that went 4-2. In seven games played with him, he already has a .231 batting average and five RBIs.
Marcelo Mayer is ranked the No. 9 prospect in all of MLB baseball by MLB Pipeline. Within the Boston Red Sox organization, it ranks second on the list, according to SoxProspects.com.
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