1 February 2019 10:05
Updated 1 February 2019 at 11:08
Prestigious weekly Baseball AmericaOne of the most reputable sources in analyzing the Small League and New Values in the Big League is placing 17 Venezuela among the 30 MLB organizations with 10 best prospects to start this season.
The group has three criollos that have been ratified as one of the currency numbers: shortstop and now also waiter Andrés Giménez from New York Mets; receiver Keibert Ruiz from Los Angeles Dodgers; and the jug of Jesus Luzardo from Auckland athletics.
Luzardo was born in Lima, Peru, and is going to become the first player in this country to reach big companies. But he has said he sees himself as Venezuela playing with a tricolor flag in his united Star Star Game of the Future and is the Zulia Eagles Reserve LVBP.
Only one of these prospects had allowed his team in the big leagues to play in the last sail of the local ball, patrol Magellans Moisés Manuel Gómez.
These are publications from selected 17, according to the information uploaded on its website:
No. 1: Andres Giménez (Mets, Leones de Caracas), Keibert Ruiz (Dodgers, Leones de Caracas) and Jesús Luzardo (Atléticos, Águilas de Zulia).
No. 3: Darwinson Hernández (Red Sox, Lara Cardinals), Everson Pereira (Yankees, Lara Cardinals) and Brusdar Graterol (Twins, Navegantes de Magallanes).
No. 4: Franklin Pérez (Tigres, Detroit Tigers) and José Suárez (Ángeles, Águilas de Zulia).
No. 6: Adach Adzolaj (Cachorros, Leones de Caracas), Brayan Mata (Red Sox, Navegantes de Magallanes) and Luis Rengifo (Ángeles, Navegantes de Magallanes).
No. 8: Luis Oviedo (Indians, Lara Cardinals).
No. 9: Ranger Suarez (Phillies, Lara Cardinals) and William Contreras (Braves, Tigres de Aragua).
No. 10: Francisco Morales (Filis, Leones de Caracas) and Moisés Manuel Gómez (Rays, Navegantes de Magallanes).