Mauricio Dubon playing for his third team in MLB AP
Mauricio Dubon to be a part of a new NFL team. Honduran baseball players will be part of the Houston Astros after being transferred by the San Francisco Giants.
Shortstop will complete his third major league assignment. He was previously part of the Milwaukee Brewers before moving to the San Francisco unit and now Texas.
He would also become the second player of Honduran nationality to join the Astros after Gerald Anthony Young, who played five seasons there.
The San Diego team reported, “The #SFGiants and Houston Astros completed a trade today, with C/1B Michael Papierski joining the Giants organization in exchange for IF/OF Mauricio Dubon. Papierski will report to Triple-A Sacramento.” Francis on his Twitter account.
The #SFGiants and Houston Astros completed a trade today, with C/1B Michael Papiersky joining the Giants organization in exchange for IF/OF Mauricio Dubon. Papierski will report to Triple-A Sacramento.
, SFGiants (@SFGiants) May 14, 2022
At 27, Dubon has scored two home runs this 2022 season with 46 at-bats. A new destination for a leading player for Honduras in the American League.
Born in San Pedro Sula, debuted on July 7, 2019 and was selected by the Boston Red Sox to become the best defensive player in the 2013 draft by Baseball America.