Born in San Francisco de Macorís in the Dominican Republic. Stan Javier, who played for the Giants from 1996-99, was also born in the city.
Started the season with High-A Eugene and appeared at that level for most of his games in 2022...Was limited to 65 games during the regular season between the Emeralds and the ACL Giants Black due to a lower back strain that shut him down from June 4-Aug. 3...Between Eugene and his rehab work in the ACL, Luciano combined to hit .269 with 12 doubles, 11 homers, 36 RBI and an .817 OPS...He returned to Eugene by mid-August and played in 17 games before their regular season ended...in the NWL playoffs, Luciano went 3-for-13 with a double, grand slam and five RBI to help the Emeralds win their second straight league title...Was promoted to Double-A Richmond for their postseason series...went 1-for-8 with one RBI in two games for the Flying Squirrels, his first career games at Double-A.
Played for the National League in the 2021 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game...was also named MILB.com Organization All-Star and Low-A West Player of the Week on July 4 with San Jose.
Did not play due to the COVID-19 pandemic but did play at the Alternate Training Site and during the Giants Fall Instructional League.
In 2019, playing most of the season as an 17-year-old, he received Baseball America Rookie-level All-Star honors as the DH after a standout first season of professional baseball. Luciano finished among the AZL league leaders in runs scored (46, 1st), homers (10, T-4th), RBI (38, T-6th), OBP (.438, 3rd), SLG (.616, 5th), OPS (1.054, 4th) and total bases (90, T-9th).