NEW YORK.-Since the 1980s the Dominican Republic has become the largest supplier of talent to the majors outside the United States.
With men who have reached the Cooperstown Hall of Fame such as Juan Marichal, Pedro Martínez and Vladimir Guerrero, as well as other players who have had historical careers, among which Albert Pujols, Sammy Sosa, Manny Ramírez and Adrián could be mentioned. Beltré, the list of Dominicans who have left an indelible mark on the Major Leagues is extensive.
However, something particular that has happened throughout the debut of more than 780 players from Quiqueño is that the majority was entering small groups and although some became talents that marked their generation, it has never been possible to indicate with certainty which one It has been the golden age of Dominican baseball players.
Faced with the new record of 184 Dominicans invited to training prior to the particular 2020 season that will start on July 23, the country is experiencing the best of its moments in the development and promotion of baseball talent to play in MLB.
A generation that is full of talent far and wide, led by players such as Juan Soto, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Fernando Tatis Jr., Rafael Devers, Manny Machado, Ketel Marte, Jorge Polanco, José Ramírez and many other important names, He is about to capture a new injection of talent, so MLB could be receiving one of the best litters of Dominican prospects in the history of the nation.
On the shoulders of all these young people there are great expectations of becoming the great representatives of the Dominican Republic in MLB and even, they could go further and become the future faces of the majors.
13 Leads within the top 100.
From the major leagues, including number one on the list, Wander Franco of Tampa.
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