Resides in Nagua, Dominican Republic.
Batted .300 with 13 HR, 68 RBI and a career-high 22 stolen bases in 112 games between Midland (AA) and Nashville (AAA) ... Started at six different defensive positions over the season with the most at shortstop (46), followed by third base (36), centerfield (20), right field (5), left field (3) and second base (2) ... Established new career-highs in triples (4), while matching his highs in home runs (13), doubles (26) and sac flies (7) ... Posted a career-high 5 RBI at Omaha (7/18) going 3-for-5 with two doubles and a home run ... Was 18-for-35 (.514) from 8/24-9/1 hitting safely in all eight games with six multi-hit games ... Had three games with two stolen bases (6/3 at NW Arkansas, 6/10 vs. Frisco & 8/9 at Tacoma) ... Posted an RBI in five straight games (5/31-6/4) ... Scored a run in seven straight games (5/28-6/4) ... Played in five games for the Toros del Este in the Dominican Winter League.
Batted .240 with nine home runs and 39 RBI in 102 games in his Double-A debut with Midland…walked just 23 times and matched his career low with a .286 on-base percentage…equaled his career high with three triples…was 6-for-13 (46.2%) in stolen base attempts…hit .313 (30-for-96) against left-handed pitchers compared to .216 (63-for-291) against right-handers…had a .219 batting average with four home runs in 34 games before the All-Star Break, .252 with five home runs in 68 games after the break…batted .246 with all nine of his home runs in 92 night games…hit .195 in 10 day games…connected for six of his nine home runs on the road…went 0-for-10 with one RBI the bases loaded…appeared in 41 games at shortstop, 27 at second base and 25 at third base…committed 12 errors as a shortstop (.937 fielding percentage), three as a second baseman (.979) and four as a third baseman (.956)…also batted .303 in nine games as the designated hitter…hit in every spot in the order except leadoff…saw his most action batting seventh where he had a .290 batting average in 28 games…began the season on the disabled list with a bruised right heel…was reinstated April 26 and hit safely in each of his first three games (4-for-11, .364)…went 3-for-4 with a double, two home runs and a season-high four RBI May 9 at Frisco…also homered the next day against the RoughRiders…then homered just once over his next 76 games…collected a season-high four hits May 14 at San Antonio and a four-game hitting streak from May 14 to 19 (7-for-16, .438) boosted his season batting average to .281…then went 13-for-81 (.160) over his next 20 games to fall to .214 on June 23…had his lone two-steal game of the season May 17 against Frisco and also walked a season-high three times…had a 17-game streak without an extra base hit from May 23 to June 23…went 10 consecutive games without a strikeout from July 9 to 19…had a season-high nine-game hitting streak from July 13 to 21 (13-for-33, .394), which boosted his average from .225 to .249…had a 23-game streak without a walk from July 17 to Aug. 12…went 2-for-32 (.063) over a nine-game stretch from Aug. 6 to 16…then hit .304 with four home runs and 10 RBI over his final 18 games…homered in back-to-back games a second time Aug. 30 and 31 against San Antonio…hit .387 (12-for-31) with seven runs scored, three doubles and four RBI in eight postseason games for the Texas League Champion RockHounds…played for Mesa in the Arizona Fall League following the season and batted .270 with no home runs and seven RBI in 21 games.
Played in a career-high 136 games between Beloit (A) and Stockton (A) ... Named as a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star. Played as a defensive replacement for the West Club and was 0-for-1 in the game ... Posted career highs in at-bats (519), runs (69), hits (135), doubles (26), triples (3), home runs (13), RBI (74), walks (33) and strikeouts (82) ... Ranked among Athletics minor leaguers in RBI (74, 5th), hits (135, 7th), total bases (206, 8th), runs (69, T8th) and home runs (13, T8th) ... Rated as the No. 10 prospect in the Athletics organization by Baseball America.
Named a New York-Penn League Mid-Season All-Star. Started at shortstop in the game for the North Squad and was 0-for-3 in the game ... Stole a career-high 14 bases, ranking T8th among Athletics minor league players ... Ranked among New York-Penn League leaders in batting (.298, 6th), hits (75, T4th), doubles (17, T9th) and stolen bases (14, T10th) ... Posted a career-best 17-game hitting streak (7/20-8/6) with a .338 batting average (23-68), ranking as the 4th-longest streak in the league ... Hit first career multi-home run game vs. Cedar Rapids (5/23) with two solo shots ... Had a single-game high two stolen bases at Auburn (8/11) ... Led New York-Penn League shortstops with 41 double plays turned
Hit first professional home run at AZL Brewers (7/13) off Josh Uhen, a three-run shot.
Played 32 games his first professional season in the Dominican Summer League starting 22 games at shortstop while ranking second on the team with 22 RBI.