The Miami Marlins are tighten to confirming a signings of rarely rated Cuban prospects Victor Victor Mesa and his hermit Victor Mesa Jr., according to mixed reports.
As El Nuevo Herald initial reported, citing a source, Victor Victor Mesa will accept a $4 million-plus signing bonus, while Victor Mesa Jr. gets a reward tighten to $1 million. Both players are outfielders.
The Marlins on Saturday announced a news discussion for Monday morning, though a group supposing no sum other than CEO Derek Jeter and boss of ball operations Mike Hill would be present.
The 22-year-old Victor Victor Mesa, a tip general giveaway agent, started personification in Cuba’s tip joining during 16. His 17-year-old hermit is a switch-hitter who starred for Cuba’s 18U inhabitant team. Both left Cuba final open to pursue vital joining careers.
El Nuevo Herald also reported pitcher Sandy Gaston, who also worked out for scouts progressing this month, will expected pointer with possibly Baltimore or Tampa Bay.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.