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    Born: December 2, 1992 (age 25) in

    Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    Height: 6’ 2”

    Weight: 230 lb.

    Nickname: The Kraken

    John Sterling Home Run Call:


    Salary: $620,400 in 2018

    Boyhood idol? A: Manny Ramirez Catchers you’ve enjoyed watching? A: While growing up Jason Varitek for the Red Sox. I liked the way he called games and received the ball. Today, there’s so many guys that I like, like Mac [Brian McCann], Yadier Molina, Salvador Perez, Cervelli. Hobbies? A: Video games, and I also like to spend time with the family, go somewhere nice so we can relax, a nice beach or something like that. How did you become a catcher? A: When I was 8 years old, when I started playing baseball for the first time, they actually put me in the outfield. I was the new guy, so they sent me back there. Eventually, when the manager saw that I had some kind of ability, they put me at third base. And I was pretty good at third base. Because later on I was playing with older kids that were 17 and I was 13 at the time. There was a guy playing third base that was better than me. And because I used to practice with my brother catching and throwing and I would receive the ball, I told the manager, “Hey, let me catch.” They needed a catcher on that team, and because I had a good arm, they allowed me to catch, and whenever scouts would come by, I would catch and they would see me throw. I always had a good arm, so that kind of opened some guys. How do you feel about playing in the New York market, with all the spotlight? A: I feel fine here. One thing is that when I go out there, I try to give my best, everything I have, to help the team win. That’s it, that’s what I focus on. What is your on-field mentality? A: When I’m in the game, I try to focus on the game plan for that night, try to find the best way possible to help the pitcher and anybody else that I can, and focus on winning. What drives you? A: My daughter is definitely the biggest motivation for me, because I want to make sure she has a nice life. I want to make sure that she has a good education. How excited are you about this coming season? A: Very excited. We have a lot of new faces on the team and and a new manager and I think we can go far.If you can have 3 dinner guests, anyone from baseball history, who would you invite? A: Manny Ramirez, Alex Rodriguez & Mariano Rivera.