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Split the season between Chicago and Class AAA Charlotte ... Appeared in 42 games with the Sox, including 10 (six starts) at shortstop, eight (eight) at third base, four (two) at second base and one (zero) at shortstop … also appeared in 10 games as the designated hitter (four home runs) ... Was recalled from Charlotte on 5/5 … made his White Sox debut as a pinch hitter that night vs. Minnesota, going 0-1 … made his first start as the second baseman on 5/6 vs. the Twins, going 2-4 with a run scored ... Was optioned to Charlotte following the game on 5/13 at Cubs and recalled a second time on 5/19 ... Homered three times in four games from 5/23-27 … hit his first career major-league home run on 5/23 vs. Baltimore, a two-run shot off Tanner Scott in the seventh … added a three-run homer in his next game on 5/26 at Detroit ... Was optioned to Charlotte on 6/22 and recalled for a third time on 8/22, taking the roster spot of 1B José Abreu (disabled list) … remained with the Sox for the remainder of the season ... Hit his fourth homer of 2018 on 8/23 at the Tigers … reached base three times on 8/25 at Detroit for the first time in his career ... Led Charlotte in triples (four) and home runs (18) and ranked third in RBI (50) … 15 of his 18 home runs came off righthanders, 10 were at home and 13 were solo shots ... Recorded a nine-game hitting streak from 4/25-5/4, going 13-38 (.342) with one homer and three RBI ... Hit a pair of home runs with three RBI on 7/21 vs. Indianapolis.
Combined to hit .293 (93-317) with 20 doubles, three triples, seven home runs, 49 RBI and 44 runs scored over 78 games between Class AA San Antonio, Class AAA El Paso and the Arizona Rookie League Padres (teams 1 and 2) ... Opened the season with San Antonio before being placed on the disabled list on 4/9 with strained left quad … was reinstated from the disabled list on 4/28 ... Recorded four hits on 5/25 vs. Tulsa … registered multiple hits in seven consecutive games from 6/1-8, going 17-31 (.548) with seven doubles and four RBI … the multi-hit streak started a 12-game hitting streak from 6/1-13 ... Was transferred to El Paso on 6/30 ... Was on the El Paso disabled list from 7/17-8/18 with inflammation in his left hand … appeared in five injury rehab games with the AZL Padres ... Hit safely in 17 of his 22 games with El Paso … batted .345 (10-29) vs. left-handers and .433 (13-30) with RISP ... Was placed on the disabled list on 8/25 with a sprained right ankle and missed the remainder of the season ... Played for Aragua in the Venezuelen Winter League ... Was designated for assignment by San Diego on 1/6/18 and acquired by the White Sox in exchange for cash considerations on 1/10/18.
Split the season between Double-A San Antonio, Triple-A El Paso and the Padres, receiving his first career call-up on 7/29...Received his first taste of the Majors in 2016 after receiving his first career call-up on 7/29 when the Padres selected his contract from Double-A San Antonio...Made his Major League debut that day on 7/29 with a pinch-hit appearance…started his first career game the next day on 7/30 at shortstop ...Collected his first career hit that day on 7/30 vs. Cincinnati with a single off of Anthony DeSclafani...Optioned to Double-A San Antonio on 8/1 and recalled the next day on 8/2 after another player landed on the disabled list...optioned again on 8/10 to Triple-A El Paso where he played the remainder of his season...Named a Texas League mid-season All-Star in 2016 for the Missions...With San Antonio, where he played the majority of his season, he hit .326 (28-for-86) against left-handers and .266 (77-for-290) vs. right-handers.
Split the season between Class A Lake Elsinore and San Antonio, hitting a combined .267 (90-37) with 14 doubles, four triples, three home runs, 31 RBI, 56 runs scored and 18 stolen bases over 85 games ... Began the season with Lake Elsinore before being promoted to San Antonio on 6/16 ... Suffered a season-ending injury on 6/16, fracturing his right elbow during a head-first slide.
Combined to hit .315 (139-441) with 26 doubles, five triples, one homer, 36 RBI, 31 walks, 61 runs scored and a .363 on-base percentage over 111 games between Class A Inland Empire and the Arizona Rookie League Angels in the Los Angeles-AL organization and Lake Elsinore in the San Diego system ... Was traded by the Angels with RHP R.J. Álvarez, RHP Elliot Morris and IND Taylor Lindsey to San Diego in exchange for RHP Huston Street ad RHP Trevor Gott on 7/18 ... Was named California League Rookie of the Year ... Opened the year with Inland Empire, hitting .327 (97-297) over 72 games ... Was on the disabled list from 6/1-22 with a left hamstring contusion … included a rehab assigment with the AZL Angels ... Was a member of the World Team at the 2014 SiriusXM Futures Game at Target Field in Minneapolis … went 0-2 ... Was named a CL postseason All-Star with Lake Elsinore following his trade to the Padres organization ... Played for Navegantes del Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League, hitting .234 (11-for47) with three doubles, three RBI and six runs in 22 games
Spent the entire season with Rookie Orem … was named a Pioneer League postseason All-Star ... Tied for second in the PL in doubles (22) and fourth in hits (81).
Combined to hit .264 (56-212) with 14 doubles, three triples, one home run, 21 RBI and 30 runs scored over 54 games between the Arizona Rookie League Angels and Orem.
Made his professional debut with the Dominican Summer League Angels, appearing in 49 games.