Selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 24th round of the 2017 MLB Draft out of Florida’s Nova Southeastern University, middle infield prospect Jancarlos Cintron made his professional debut with the AZL Diamondbacks this summer. A native of Puerto Rico, the 5’8″, 170-lb. Cintron got into 46 games in the rookie-level Arizona League over the season, logging 169 at-bats and slashing .260/.306/.385/.691 with eight doubles, five triples, one home run, three stolen bases, eight walks, and 16 strikeouts. The 23-year-old (DOB: December 1, 1994) finished his inaugural pro campaign with multi-hit games in five of his final seven contests, raising his average nearly twenty points in the process. Below, you’ll find Baseball Census‘ full Jancarlos Cintron scouting report, including tool grades, game video, and projection notes on the Arizona Diamondbacks middle infield prospect.
Jancarlos Cintron Scouting Report, Arizona Diamondbacks — 2017
Dates observed in 2017: August 9-12
Jancarlos Cintron Scouting Report, Arizona Diamondbacks — 2017 Game Video
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