Married Ashley...has two children: Ocean and Eloisa...His brother, Enoy, plays in the White Sox organization and was a member of the Arizona Complex League Sox in 2022...Chose No. 74 after wearing it during the 2017 Dominican Winter League...is the only player in Sox history to wear 74...His dad, Luis, as a professional basketball player in the Dominican Republic.
Was limited to 84 games due to a strained right hamstring suffered in late April...Ranked eighth in the American League in OPS (.858) and 10th in slugging percentage (.500) among players with 325-plus plate appearances...led the White Sox in both of those categories and also ranked second with 16 home runs...RBI Machine: Averaged one RBI every 5.41 at-bats, the best rate on the Sox and sixth-best mark in the AL (min. 325 PA)...Worth the RISP: Batted .364/.432/.530 (24-66) with 34 RBI with runners in scoring position...among players with at least 75 PA with RISP, ranked second in the AL in average, fifth in OBP and eighth in OPS (.962)...RBI Machine: Averaged one RBI every 5.41 at-bats, the best rate on the Sox and sixth-best mark in the AL (min. 325 PA)...Home Sweet Home: Batted .315/.384/.541 (46-146) with nine home runs and 30 RBI in 44 home games...would have ranked fifth in the AL in average and ninth in slugging percentage with the required plate appearances...posted a 16-game hitting streak at home from 7/23-8/26 (.471, 25-53)...Made 50 starts at designated hitter and 30 in left field...slashed .274/.343/.500 (51-186) with 11 homers and 35 RBI as the DH and .340/.389/.515 (35-103) with five home runs and 19 RBI in left field...Recorded an RBI in each of the White Sox's first five games, becoming the fourth player in club history to accomplish that feat and first since Paul Konerko (seven) in 2011...Was the Opening Day left fielder on 4/8 at Detroit...recorded consecutive multi-RBI games on 4/9-10 at the Tigers...Hit his first homer on 4/13 vs. Seattle...left the game in the fifth inning after fouling a ball off his ankle and missed one game...Suffered a torn hamstring tendon while running to first base on 4/23 at Minnesota...was placed on the injured list on 4/24, and underwent surgery on 4/26 at Rush Oak Brook Surgery Center to repair the torn tendon behind his right knee...Appeared in 17 games over two stints with Class AAA Charlotte on a rehab assignment (5/28-6/7 and 6/21-7/5)...was transferred to the 60-day injured list on 6/23...Was returned from his rehab assignment and reinstated from the IL on 7/6...started in left field that day vs. the Twins, going 2-5 with a home run and three RBI...his two-run homer in the fourth and a game-tying RBI single in the seventh. l Second Half Swagger: Hit .323/.391/.558 (73-226) with 11 doubles, 14 home runs, 41 RBI, 36 runs scored, 24 walks and a .948 OPS over 65 games in the second half ...ranked among the AL leaders after the break in OPS (5th, .948), slugging percentage (fifth), average (sixth), OBP (eighth), home runs (T-eighth) and RBI (11th)...Amazing August: Batted .371/.461/.505 (36-97) with three homers, 14 RBI, 13 runs, 16 walks and 10 leaders in OBP (first), hits third), average (third) and OPS (ninth)...Recorded back-to-back three-hit efforts on 8/2-3 vs. Kansas City...drove in four runs on 8/2...snapped a 16-game homerless stretch on 8/23 at Baltimore with a two-run shot off Austin in the first inning...September to Remember: Ranked among the AL leaders in September in RBI (T-second, 23), home runs (T-fourth, 8), total bases (T-eighth, 55) and slugging percentage (10th, .598)...Recorded five multi-hit efforts in a six-game stretch from 9/6-11, going 13-25 (.520) with three home runs and nine RBI...Homered in three consecutive games for the first time in his career from 9/7-9...hit two-run shots off Luis Castillo on 9/7 at Seattle and Zach Logue on 9/8 at Oakland and a solo shot off A.J. Puk on 9/9 at the A's to start a five-run, ninth-inning rally (Sox trailed, 3-0)...added a three-run homer on 9/13 vs. Colorado, his fourth in a span of six contests...Went 3-4 with a double, home run and three RBI on 9/18 at Detroit...hit his final homer on 9/30 at San Diego, a game-tying solo shot off Yu Darvish in the fourth.
Missed almost the first four months of the season due to a pectoral tendon tear suffered during spring training...Hit eight of his 10 home runs vs. right-handers, on the road and as the left fielder and three vs. the Cubs, his former organization...Made 37 starts in left field and 18 as the designated hitter...committed just one error in 61 total chances in left...Suffered a torn left pectoral tendon while attempting to make an over-the-wall catch during a spring game on 3/24 vs. Oakland...underwent successful surgery to repair the tear on 3/30 with an expected recovery time of 5-6 months...Was placed on the 60-day injured list on 4/1 (retro to 3/29)...appeared in 12 rehab games with Class A Winston-Salem and Class AAA Charlotte before being reinstated on 7/26...Drove in 14 runs in his first 10 games upon his return, tied for fifth-most in Sox history to start a season...Made his season debut on 7/26 at Kansas City as the designated hitter, going 0-4...connected on his first home run of the season on 7/27 at Kansas City, a game-winning, three-run homer off RHP Kyle Zimmer in the eighth to erase a 3-2 deficit...Tearing up August: Hit .287/.328/.537 (31-108) with six doubles, seven home runs and 27 RBI in August...his RBI total ranked third in MLB and were a personal monthly best....Offensive Eruption: Recorded back-to-back games with two home runs and five RBI on 8/8 at the Cubs and 8/9 at Minnesota, the first player in White Sox history to accomplish that feat and first in MLB since Washington's Bryce Harper from 5/6-8/15 (off day on 5/7)...additional information on Jiménez's historic feat (courtesy of Elias, BR Stathead and STATS LLC)...Joined Cincinnati's Lee May (doubleheader on 7/15/69) as only MLB players with 2-plus HR and 5-plus RBI within the first five innings in back-to-back games since RBI became an official stat in 1920...Seventh player in White Sox history to record consecutive multi-homer efforts, and first since José Abreu on 8/21-22/20 at the Cubs..First player in Sox history to record five-plus RBI in back-to-back games, and first in MLB since Minnesota's Nelson Cruz from 8/2-3/19;..His 10 RBI tied Jim Thome (7/12-17/2009) and Robin Ventura (9/3-4/1995) for the most in Sox history over a two-game stretch...Cub Killer: Went 3-4 with a double, two home runs and five RBI on ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball" on 8/8 at Wrigley Field...hit a two-run homer off Zach Davies in the first inning, a two-run double off Davies in the second and a solo shot off Michel Rucker in the fifth...is a career .433/.469/1.000 (13-30) hitter with five doubles, four home runs and eight RBI in eight career games at Wrigley Field...Rapid Fire to 50: Hit his 49th and 50th career home runs on 8/9 at Minnesota, a two-run shot off Beau Burrows in the first inning and a three-run shot off Burrows in the second...became the fastest player in Sox history to reach 50 homers (187 games), breaking the mark of 218 games shared by Abreu and Ron Kittle...recorded his sixth career multi-homer game...Recorded a career-high-tying 13-game hitting streak from 8/11-24, going 18-55 (.327) with two doubles, one home run and 10 RBI...Went 2-4 with a home run and three RBI on 8/12 against the Yankees in the Field of Dreams game in Dyersville, Iowa...Went 1-4 with a three-run homer on 8/29 vs. the Cubs...finished the season 8-22 (.364) with three doubles, three homers, 10 RBI, three walks, seven runs scored and a 1.349 OPS in six games vs. the Cubs...September Struggles: Hit .213/.288/.319 (20-94) with two home runs and seven RBI over 25 games in September/October...Connected his ninth home run on 9/23-1 as the Sox clinched the AL Central division title with a 7-2 victory...Recorded his second three-hit game of the season on 9/27 at Detroit, including his 10th and final homer...Started in left field in all four games of the ALDS vs. Houston, going 5-17 (.294) with three RBI.
Ranked among the American League leaders in numerous categories in his second season with the White Sox...Silver and Black: Won his first Silver Slugger Award … became the youngest Sox winner, and the second Dominican-born White Sox player to receive the honor (also Julio Franco, 1994)...Ranked second on the White Sox behind AL Most Valuable Player José Abreu in doubles (14), home runs (14), RBI (41), slugging percentage (.559)... Ranked among the MLB Statcast leaders in total barrels (T3rd, 26), barrels/PA percentage (4th, 11.5), maximum BBE distance (T5th, 466 feet), hard hit percentage (6th, 55.7) and 95+ mph contact (7th, 88)...Batted .373/.411/.795 (31-83) with runners on base, .326/.388/.744 (14-43) with RISP and .375/.423/.833 (9-24) with RISP/two outs … his .744 slugging percentage with RISP ranked third in the AL...Hit .313/.371/.604 (30-96) with eight homers and 21 RBI in 27 games at Guaranteed Rate Field...Made 54 starts in left field and one as the DH … hit second eight times, fourth 15 times, fifth 24 times and sixth eight times... Homered in consecutive games four times: 8/11-12, 8/15-16, 8/20-21 and 8/26-28...Went 2-3 with a double and a walk on Opening Day (7/24) vs. Minnesota … hit his first home run on 7/25 vs. the Twins (part of back-to-back shots with Edwin Encarnación)...Left the game on 7/26 vs. Minnesota after running into the left field wall in the first inning … missed the next two games...Awesome in August: Tied for fourth in the AL with 10 home runs and 24 RBI in August, both career monthly bests … teammate José Abreu led the AL with 11 homers and 29 RBI...Collected a career-high four hits on 8/1 at Kansas City … hit a game-tying, two-run homer in the sixth on 8/4 at Milwaukee … went 2-4 with a homer and four RBI on 8/11 at Detroit...Homered in his second consecutive game on 8/12 at the Tigers … followed Tim Anderson's leadoff homer with a solo shot for back-to-back homers to open the game...Hit the last of the White Sox four straight home runs in the sixth on 8/16 vs. the Cardinals … his solo shot followed homers from Yoán Moncada, Yasmani Grandal and Abreu, marking the second time in franchise history (10th in MLB) the Sox have hit back-to-back-to-back-to-back home runs...Homered in consecutive games for the third time this season from 8/20 vs. Detroit and 8/21 at the Cubs...Went 5-13 (.385) with two doubles, one home run and one RBI in the three-game series at Wrigley Field from 8/21-23...Batted .469/.514/.938 (15-32) with four homers and nine RBI during an eight-game hitting streak from 8/19-28 … homered in back-to-back games for the fourth time in 2020 on 8/26 vs. Pittsburgh and 8/28 vs. Kansas City...Played his 162nd career game on 9/8 at Pittsburgh … hit .270/.315/.522 (169-625) with 27 doubles, 42 homers and 109 RBI over his first 162 games...Recorded his second eight-game hitting streak of the season from 9/6-15, going 13-32 (.406) with four doubles, two home runs and eight RBI … posted four straight multi-hit efforts from 9/11-14... Hit a game-winning, three-run homer off José Cisnero in the seventh inning on 9/11 vs. Detroit...Hit a game-winning RBI double off Sergio Romo in the seventh inning on 9/17 vs. Minnesota, capping a two-run rally as the Sox clinched their first postseason bid since 2008 with a 4-3 victory...Went 3-4 with a two-run homer off Aaron Civale on 9/21 at Cleveland … left the game on 9/24 at Cleveland in the seventh with a right foot sprain and missed the final three games of the regular season vs. the Cubs (9/25-27)...Missed the first two games of the AL Wild Card Series at Oakland … returned to the lineup as the designated hitter in Game 3, going 1-2 with a double before leaving the game in the third inning after aggravating the foot injury.
Led American League rookies in home runs (31), RBI (79) and total bases (240) and ranked second in runs scored (69), hits (125) and extra-base hits (51) but was not a finalist for the BBWAA AL Rookie of the Year Award ... Became the 19th rookie in AL history to hit 30-plus homers in one season and just the sixth since 1988 ... His 31 home runs were the third-highest total in history by a White Sox rookie behind José Abreu (36 in 2014) and Ron Kittle (35 in 1983) … also joined Albert Pujols (37 in 2001) as the only Dominican-born rookies to hit 30-plus homers ... Averaged one home run every 15.10 at-bats, the second-best ratio in Sox history among rookies behind Kittle (14.86) in 1983 ... Recorded four multihomer games, joining Abreu (2014) and Zeke Bonura (1934) as the only rookies in Sox history to accomplish that feat … he and Mark McGwire (1987) are the only rookies in major-league history with four multihomer games against teams to finish with a winning record ... Homered twice on 4/12 at Yankee Stadium, 5/22 at Houston, 6/14 vs. the Yankees and 9/3 at Cleveland ... Batted .363/.400/.690 (41-113) with nine home runs, 27 RBI and 22 runs scored in 27 games from 8/29-rest of the season ... Agreed to terms on a six-year, $43-million contract, plus two club options (2025-2026) on 3/22 ... Was recalled from Class AAA Charlotte on 3/26 and made his first Opening Day roster … each of his first five games with a hit, and six of the first seven, were multi-hit efforts ... Made his major-league debut as the starting left fielder on Opening Day (3/28) at Kansas City … recorded his first RBI after being hit by a pitch with the bases loaded ... Registered his first career hit, a single off Jakob Junis in the second inning, on 3/30 at the Royals ... Recorded his first three-hit game on 4/6 vs. Seattle ... Big Night in the Big Apple: Recorded his first career multihomer game on 4/12 at the Yankees … became the sixth youngest White Sox player (22 years, 136 days) to record a multihomer effort (STATS LLC) … also became the first visiting player to have a multihomer game at Yankee Stadium for his first two career home runs since Cleveland's Manny RamÍrez on 9/3/1993 (STATS LLC) … the last Sox player to hit his first career homer at the Yankees was Miguel Olivo on 9/15/02 ... Was placed on the Bereavement List on 4/22 following the passing of his grandmother … was reinstated on 4/26 ... Was on the injured list from 4/27-5/19 with a high right ankle sprain … suffered the injury on 4/26 vs. Detroit while attempting to make a catch and crashing into the left field wall … appeared in five injury rehab games with Charlotte, going 7-22 (.318) with a homer and RBI before being returned and reinstated ... Recorded his second multihomer game on 5/22 at Houston, including a solo shot off Gerrit Cole … became the fifth Sox player to record multiple multihomer efforts in his first 24 games ... Hit a solo homer on 5/23 at the Astros, marking his first career time to homer in back-to-back games ... His home run on 6/9 at Kauffman Stadium off Glenn Sparkman traveled an estimated 471 feet, the longest by a Sox player in 2019 and third-longest during the Statcast era ... Hit an estimated 462-foot homer to center field on 6/11 vs. Washington, his first career at Guaranteed Rate Field and the longest at the park in the Statcast era (since 2015) ... Yankee Doodle Dandy: Recorded his third multihomer game, and second vs. the Yankees, on 6/14 at Guaranteed Rate Field … also drove in a career-high six runs on two three-run shots … became the first White Sox to record three multihomer games before turning 23, and the youngest Sox to register a two-homer, six-RBI game (22 years, 199 days) … was the first White Sox player with two-plus homers and six-plus RBI in a game vs. the Yankees since Rip Radcliff (2 HR, 7 RBI) on 6/2/36 … joined Greg Luzinski (1983) and Joe Kuhel (1940) as the only Sox with multiple multihomer games in a season vs. the Yankees ... Snapped a 1-1 tie with a game-winning, two-run homer in the ninth on 6/18 at the Cubs … connected on a two-run home run in the White Sox 3-1 win on 7/8 vs. the Cubs ... Finished the first half with 16 homers, the sixth-most before the break by a Sox rookie ... Was on the injured list from 7/17-27 with a right ulnar nerve contusion suffered on 7/16 at Kansas City in an outfield collision ... Hit his 20th homer on 8/14 vs. Houston, becoming the youngest player in franchise history (22 years and 260 days) to reach 20 (previous youngest was Frank Thomas at 23 years and 65 days in 1991) ... Recorded six multi-hit efforts in seven games from 8/29-9/4, going 14-30 (.467) with two homers, five RBI and a 1.217 OPS ... Was named AL Rookie of the Month for September after hitting .340/.383/.710 (34-100) with eight doubles, nine home runs and 25 RBI in September … tied for the AL lead during the month in RBI and ranked among the leaders in homers (T4th), doubles (T4th), slugging (5th), OPS (7th, 1.093) and average (10th) ... Hit a pair of homers on 9/3 at Cleveland for his fourth multihomer game of the season … his second, a solo shot in the eighth, was a game-winner after James McCann hit a game-tying three-run shot ... Was named AL Player of the Week for 9/9-15 (first career weekly honor) … drove in four runs in back-to-back games on 9/10-11 vs. Kansas City, becoming the first Sox player to accomplish the feat since Alexei Ramírez from 8/17-18/08 ... Recorded a career-high 13-game hitting streak from 9/8-22, batting .411 (23-56) with four doubles, one triple, six home runs, 19 RBI, 13 runs scored, seven multihit efforts and a 1.289 OPS ... Hit his second career grand slam on 9/20 at Detroit and his 31st and final home run on 9/28-1 vs. Detroit ... Preseason Baseball America Rankings: No. 1 prospect, Best Hitter for Average and Best Power Hitter in the White Sox system; No. 3 overall in baseball ... Preseason MLB.com Rankings: No. 1 prospect in the White Sox system; No. 3 overall and No. 1 outfield prospect in baseball.
Combined to hit .337 (140-416) with 28 doubles, three triples, 22 home runs, 75 RBI, a .384 on-base percentage, .577 slugging percentage and .961 OPS over 108 combined games between Class AA Birmingham and Class AAA Charlotte in his first full season in the White Sox organization ... Was named the Sox Hitting Prospect of the Year by MLB Pipeline and ended the season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 1 prospect in the International League ... Earned the following awards: Southern League Best Batting Prospect, Best Power Prospect and Most Exciting Player; White Sox Minor League Player of the Month for May, July and August/September; IL Player of the Week for 7/16-22; Southern League midseason All-Star ... Began the season with Birmingham … homered twice on 4/22 at Pensacola … reached base safely in 20 consecutive games from 4/21-5/11, batting .361 (30-83) with seven home runs and 23 RBI ... Hit .374 (40-107) with six homers and 25 RBI in May to earn organizational Player of the Month honors … was named SL Player of the Week for 4/30-5/6 ... Compiled a 15-game hitting streak from 4/26-5/11, tied for second-longest in the SL in 2018 … went 26-66 (.394) with nine doubles, five home runs and 19 RBI during the streak, which included nine straight multi-hit efforts from 4/30-5/9 ... Recorded a 13-game hitting streak from 5/19-6/3, batting .404 (21-52) with four doubles, two triples, three homers and 11 RBI … went 4-4 with two doubles on 5/19 at Montgomery … drove in four runs on 5/26 at Jacksonville ... Was promoted to Charlotte on 6/21 … led the IL in slugging percentage (.597) and ranked second in on-base percentage (.410) and average (.355) after joining the Knights ... Batted .435 (27-62) with six home runs and 13 RBI over 16 games in July … was named IL Batter of the Week for 7/16-22 after hitting .429 (12-28) with three homers and six RBI ... Recorded a 10-game hitting streak from 7/19-30, batting .583 (21-36) with seven multihit efforts … was 3-5 with a double, two home runs, three RBI and three runs scored on 7/20 vs. Indianapolis … also recorded three hits the following day ... Went 18-29 (.621) over a seven-game stretch from 8/21-27, including four-hit efforts on 8/23 at Norfolk and 8/27 vs. Gwinnett ... Entered the season ranked by both Baseball America and MLB.com as the No. 1 prospect the White Sox system and No. 4 overall in baseball.
Combined to hit .312/.379/.568 (104-333) with 22 doubles, 19 home runs, 65 RBI and 54 runs scored in 89 games with Class A Myrtle Beach in the Cubs organization and Class A WinstonSalem and Class AA Birmingham in the White Sox system ... Batted .271 (42-155) with eight home runs, 32 RBI and 23 runs scored over 42 games with Myrtle Beach … missed the first six weeks of the season with a right shoulder injury but rebounded to earn a spot on the World Team at the All-Star Futures Game for the second consecutive season ... Was named to the Carolina League postseason All-Star Team … during the CL Home Run Derby, hit a ball off the LF light tower ... Was acquired by the White Sox from the Cubs on 7/13 with RHP Dylan Cease, 1B Matt Rose and INF Bryant Flete from the Cubs in exchange for LHP José Quintana ... Was named White Sox Minor League Player of the Month for both July (with Jake Peter) and August/September ... Was 1-3 with two RBI in his Winston-Salem debut on 7/14 at Myrtle Beach, his former team … went 3-5 with two doubles and a home run on 7/20 vs. Salem ... Recorded a career-high five hits on 7/23 vs. Salem, including a pair of doubles and a home run … registered his only multihomer game of the season on 8/12 vs. Lynchburg ... Compiled a season-high, 11-game hitting streak from 7/31- 8/12 (.400, 18-45) … was named CL Batter of the Week (8/7-13) after hitting .385 (10-26) with three doubles, three home runs and seven RBI ... Was promoted to Birmingham on 8/15 … went 2-4 with a double, home run and two runs scored in his Barons debut on 8/16 vs. Montgomery … collected three hits and two RBI the following night vs. the Biscuits ... Registered three hits, a home run and two runs scored in back-to-back games on 8/26-27 vs. Tennessee ... Following the season, was named by Baseball America as the Best Power Prospect in the CL … entered the season rated by MLB.com and Baseball America as the No. 1 Prospect in the CL and the Cubs organization ... Played for Cibao in the Dominican Winter League, hitting .368 (25-68) with four homers and 21 RBI in 19 games ... Sox acquisition recommended by Daraka Shaheed/John Tumminia/Keith Staab.
Was named Midwest League Most Valulable Player and the Cubs' Minor League Player of the Year after batting .329 with 40 doubles, 14 home runs, 81 RBI and a .532 slugging percentage over 112 games with Class A South Bend ... Led the MWL in doubles, slugging percentage and OPS (.901) … earned MWL Player of the Week honors for 5/15-21 and 7/24-30 ... Was named the Cubs Minor League Player of the Month for May after batting .364/.407/.627 (40-110) with eight doubles, seven homers and 23 RBI in 28 games … hit two homers on 5/19 at Great Lakes ... Played for the World Team at the All-Star Futures Game, where he went 2-3 with a double, homer and four RBI ... Was named an Arizona Fall League "Rising Star" after hitting .255 (14-55) with three home runs and 10 RBI with Mesa.
Was named to the Northwest League All-Star Team with Class A Eugene after hitting .284 (66-232) with seven home runs and 33 RBI in 57 games ... At age 18, was three years younger than the average weighted age of all NWL players ... Drove in four runs on 6/21 at Everett and homered twice on 8/24 vs. Spokane.
In his first pro action, played 42 games for Rookie League Mesa … hit .227 (34-for-150) with eight doubles, two triples, three homers and 27 RBI.
Was rated by MLB.com as the No. 1 international prospect when he signed with the Cubs as a free agent on 8/1 ... Was recommended/signed by Carlos Reyes, José Serra and Louie Eljaua.