Omar Estevez…born Feb. 25, 1998 in in Matanzas, Cuba…played in the Cuban National Series during the 2014-15 season…slashed .213/.264/.313 with a pair of doubles, two homers and eight RBI over 51 games…signed a Minor League free agent contract on Nov. 21, 2015.
Played the majority of his 2019 season with Double-A Tulsa, where he slashed .291/.352/.431 with 24 doubles, six homers and 36 RBI in 83 games with the Drillers...Paced the squad and finished ninth in the Texas League with 24 doubles and ranked among the top Drillers in RBI (7th, 36) and total bases (5th, 129)...Played in the Arizona Fall League for the Glendale Desert Dogs and garnered AFL Rising Star honors after batting .247/.330/.273 and ranking among the top Glendale Desert Dogs in runs (3rd, 9), hits (2nd, 19), doubles (10th, 2), RBI (10), walks (5th, 9) and total bases (7th, 21)...Collected MiLB.com Texas Player of the Month honors after slashing .385/.449/.564 with eight doubles, a pair of homers and 12 RBI across 20 games…named Texas League Player of the Week on Aug. 11 after going 10-for-21 with a pair of doubles and homers, four RBI and four multi-hit efforts during the stretch…began the season on an eight-game hitting streak from April 4 - 12…batted .417 (15-for-36) with four doubles, a homer, seven RBI and six multi-hit efforts…also registered a nine-game hitting streak on July 30 - Aug. 8, where he went 14-for-35 (.400) with a double, three homers and six RBI…hit .312 with 13 doubles, five homers and 20 RBI in 43 home games, compared to his .269 clip on the road…placed on the seven-day injured list on May 15 and made a rehab assignment with AZL Dodgers on June 24…played seven games with AZL Dodgers Mota and drove in a trio of runs on a pair of doubles and six hits…rated as the Dodgers' 15th best prospect by MLB.com.
Spent his 2018 campaign with Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga, slashing .258/.336/.456 with career highs in runs (87), doubles (43), home runs (15), RBI (84) and slugging over 128 games...Paced the California League in runs and doubles and ranked third in RBI…sat among the top of the club in homers (6th), walks (4th, 45) and total bases (3rd, 235)...Ended the regular season collecting a hit in 25 consecutive games from Aug. 7 to Sept. 3…batted .355 (39- for-110) with 13 doubles, four homers and 24 RBI during the stretch.
Played his first full professional season with Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga, where he ranked among the top Quakes in runs (4th, 56), hits (3rd, 117), doubles (2nd, 24), RBI (4th, 47), walks (7th, 33) and total bases (4th, 159) with a .256/.309/.348 slashline...Enjoyed the road, where he hit .277 with 17 doubles, three homers and 28 RBI across 62 games, compared to his .234 clip at home with seven doubles, three triples, a homer and 19 RBI in 58 games...Played 98 games at shortstop with a .962 fielding percentage, including 123 putouts and team-leading 236 assists in 373 total chances…also played 22 games at second base and posted a .974 fielding percentage...Collected a 10-game hitting streak from May 31- June 10…went 15-for-46 (.326) with a pair of doubles, a homer, five RBI and four multi-hit efforts during the span…amassed 10 games collecting three or more hits and totaled 31 multi-hit efforts in 120 games…followed it up registering an eight-game streak from July 24 - Aug. 1 and ended the season collecting a hit in 11 consecutive games…went 15-for-45 (.333) with a trio of doubles and six RBI during the span.
Spent his rookie season with Single-A Great Lakes and slashed .255/.298/.389 with 32 doubles, a pair of triples, nine homers and 61 RBI across 122 games...Registered a hit in 13 consecutive games from July 2 to July 15…went 18-for-50 (.360), including four doubles, four homers and 13 RBI…during the span, connected on three doubles in a 3-for-4 effort on July 3…also amassed a three RBI and four RBI game...On Aug. 11, launched a grand slam in the ninth inning to put the Loons in position to force extra innings and eventually walk-off Lake County in an 11-10 victory…ended the night going 3-for-5 with a double, and accounted for half the Loons' run production with five RBI.