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Robinson Cano is the starting second baseman for the Seattle Mariners. Cano is an eight-time All-Star (2006, 2010–2014, 2016, 2017), and won the All-Star game MVP in 2017. He is a five-time Silver Slugger Award winner (2006, 2010–2013), has won two Gold Glove Awards (2010, 2012), and has been named the American League Player of the Month twice (September, 2006, and April 2010). Robinson Cano has been officially part of the SSK team since 2009.
Javier Baez, also known as “El Mago” (The Magician) is a professional infielder for the Chicago Cubs. Baez is the first player on the Cubs to steal home in a postseason game since 1907. He was named NLCS co-MVP in 2016 and then went on to help the Cubs with the 2016 World Series. Acknowledged as having the quickest tags on the field, Baez plays the game to his own beat by exciting fans with his acrobatic-like fielding, athleticism and positive attitude.
Ronald Acuña is the number one prospect in baseball playing in the Atlanta Braves organization. He has dominated the Minor Leagues, capping off his 2017 season by winning Arizona Fall League MVP honors. He hit .325 with 31 doubles, eight triples, 21 homers, 44 stolen bases and an .896 OPS in 139 games for three Minor-League affiliates in 2017. All eyes are on Acuña this year and SSK is proud to have him on the team.
Andres Gimenez is a shortstop and is Baseball America’s #1 prospect for the New York Mets. Gimenez hit .360 in the Dominican Summer League this past year and is a very patient hitter, walking twice as much as he strikes out. Being just 19 years old, Gimenez has a bright future ahead of him. SSK is proud to welcome Gimenez back to our roster.
Jeff Singer was signed by the Phillies as an undrafted free agent in October 2015. In just two years after being undrafted, Jeff has been an exciting prospect to watch with his fastball that has reached 99 mph from the left side. Jeff led High-A minor league baseball with 19 saves in 2017 before being promoted to being the Double AA closer.
Nadir Ljatifi is a 20-year-old infielder in the Cincinnati Reds organization. Nadir was the youngest player to ever sign out of Europe at age 16 and was the 9th player ever to be signed from Germany. Nadir has been on the German National Team for three years, has played in the World Baseball Classic and will be playing at the 2020 Olympics.