Full name is Aneury De Jesus Tavárez Trinidad. Signed by Manny Nanita (Red Sox).
Missed a majority of the season on the disabled list, appearing in 58 games-including rehab-with Short-A Lowell, Double-A Port-land, and Triple-A Pawtucket...Entered spring training with BAL after being selected by the Orioles in the 2016 Rule 5 Draft. Returned to the Red Sox on 4/2 after batting .292 (14-for-48) with a .382 OBP in 29 Grapefruit League games with the Orioles...Went 3-for-3 on 3/10 at JetBlue Park. Was on the disabled list from 5/11-18 (right hand tendinitis), 5/21-6/29 (right hand tendinitis), and 8/1 through the end of the season (right hand inflammation). Batted leadoff in 41 of his 51 games between Portland and Pawtucket. Hit safely in 16 of 17 games with a PA for Portland. Batted .459 (17-for-37) at Portland's Hadlock Field, hitting safely in all 9 games there. Posted a .409/.500/.545 line vs. Double-A RHP (18-for-44, 12 R, 3 2B, HR). In 18 April games, all with the Sea Dogs, batted .377 (23-for-61) with 12 BB and only 6 SO. Hit a game-winning HR in the 7th inning of Portland's Opening Day win vs. Reading on 4/7. Recorded at least 1 hit in each of his first 7 games (.393/11-for-28), extending his Double-A hitting streak to 19 games dating back to 2016. Transferred to Pawtucket on 5/1 and went 5-for-9 with 4 XBH in his first 2 games...Homered twice on 5/3 at Syracuse, including a leadoff HR. Rehabbed with Lowell from 6/22-30. Recorded 6 consecutive multi-hit games from 7/9-17 with Pawtucket (.429/12-for-28, 2 3B, 2 HR). Following the season, played in 14 games for Estrellas Orientales in the Dominican Winter League, and 3 games for Venados de Mazatlan in the Mexican Pacific Winter League.
Named an Eastern League mid-season and post-season All-Star...Ranked second in the league in batting average (.33506), ranked second in triples (13), third in OBP (.379), and fourth in slugging percentage (.506) ...Led Double-A Portland in batting average, runs scored (59), hits (129), triples, total bases (195), stolen bases (18), and OBP...Finished the season on a 12-game hitting streak, batting .377 (20-for-53) with two home runs, and 10 RBI during the stretch... Recorded his frst career multi-home run game on 8.7 at Akron, hitting a home run in his frst two at-bats...Set a career high with fve hits on 6.18 at Richmond, going 5-for-5 with a double, triple, two RBI, and two runs scored...Reached base safely in all six plate appearances on 8/10 at Erie, going 4-for-4 with two walks, and four runs scored...Recorded 36 multi-hit games (one fve-hit, three four-hit, eight three-hit, and 24 two-hit games)...Stole six bases in a fve-game stretch, 7.29-8.3, including multi-stolen base games (7.29 and 7.31 at Binghamton)...Hit .413 (26-for-63) with 13 RBI in 18 games during June...Batted .341 (104-for-305) with 18 doubles, 12 triples, and fve home runs against right-handed pitching...Hit .340 (36-for-106) with six doubles, four triples, and 39 RBI with runners in scoring position.