Jesus Aguilar Miami Marlins

Age: 30 (June 30, 1990) | 6' 3" | 250lbs. | Bats: Right 1B-31 3B-1 DH-20 PH-20
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
MIL NL 2017 133 279 40 74 25 94 15 2 16 52 0 0 .265 .331 .505 8 30 .337 41/21/38 11 11
MIL NL 2018 149 492 80 135 58 143 25 0 35 108 0 0 .274 .352 .539 10 25 .309 35/24/41 28 26
MIL NL 2019 94 222 26 50 31 59 9 0 8 34 0 0 .225 .320 .374 12 23 .264 41/21/38 3 4
TAM AL 2019 37 92 13 24 12 22 3 0 4 16 0 0 .261 .336 .424 11 21 .290 45/18/37 3 3
MIA NL 2020 51 188 31 52 23 40 10 0 8 34 0 1 .277 .352 .457 11 19 .306 36/26/38 20 20
MIA NL 2021 7 21 2 7 4 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 .333 .423 .381 15 8 .350 35/10/55 1 1
Career 8yrs 506 1352 194 352 157 381 64 2 71 252 0 1 .260 .338 .468 10 25 .303 n/a
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One of BP's Wilson Karaman's Five to Watch:

Jesus Aguilar, 1B, Cleveland Indians
The soon-to-be-24-year-old Aguilar is a big man. We’re talking 6-foot-3, 265 pounds worth of big man.... his bat has held its own throughout his six-season rise from the Dominican Summer League all the way up to the Double-A Eastern League last season. His slugging has fallen off as he’s worked his way up the ladder, however, falling to a .427 mark last season despite a decent hitting environment in Akron. But then came a trip to Venezuela for winter ball, where he laid waste to everything in his path. He crushed 18 homers in just 58 games, and Cleveland felt strongly enough about his offensive potential to add him to its 40-man roster. He scuffled terribly this spring, going hitless in 15 at-bats in big-league camp (though he did walk six times). Still, if Carlos Santana proves capable of handling third and/or has to pick up more slack behind the plate if Yan Gomes’ breakout last summer proves unsustainable, there’s a very real possibility that DH at-bats open up in Cleveland. And Aguilar’s got some intriguing upside...

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Alex Patton Alex
Mar 17 '14