Ronnier Quintero
17-Year-Old CatcherC
Chicago Cubs  Rookie
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$Signed a contract with the Cubs in July of 2019 that includes a $3 million signing bonus.
Goes to Cubs for $3 million
CChicago Cubs  R
July 2, 2019
Quintero agreed to a $3 million deal with the Cubs, Jesse Sanchez of reports.
Quintero is the top catching prospect in this year's July 2 international signing class. A left-handed hitter out of Venezuela, Quintero's plus raw power and above-average arm behind the plate are his top tools. He has a good 6-foot, 175-pound frame for a 16-year-old catching prospect, and while he may not be a plus pitch framer, he has the leadership and receiving chops to stick behind the dish. We know Quintero will hit for power, and he also has a chance to hit for a decent average, given his advanced approach at the plate. Catching prospects typically take longer to develop, so Quintero probably won't make it to the majors before 2024 or 2025.
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