Noting that he maintains the desire to reach the Major Leagues, Juan Mora has earned a place in the lineup of the Sultans of Monterrey to play as second base in the Mexican Pacific League.
The baseball player 24 years old has batted on the .300 average this winter, also playing defense as a third baseman and shortstop.
Mora appreciates the opportunity he has had this season in different positions in the infield to continue his growth in professional baseball, having belonged to the organization of the Chicago dogs.
“Yes, we have worked very hard for this opportunity, blessed God, I was given the opportunity, and we continue working day by day to continue improving and be the difference every game,” says the intermediary.
“I feel good, I feel safe, that’s why we work every day to be available when the manager takes us at third, at short, at second, to do the job and do our bit to help the team win.” ”.
Juan to bat .299 percentagecon eight double, 15 runs scored y seven produced.
Like every professional baseball player, he admits that he has the desire to play in the Major leagues.
“I still belong to the Chicago Cubs, I still don’t have a very real conversation with them, but I think great things are coming for me since it is the last year of my contract,” says Mora.
“Like every child since he is in children’s leagues, in Little Leagues, the dream is to play in the Major Leagues and more than anything, right now I am on the path to being in the Minor Leagues and being a few steps away from achieving the dream, well, believe me, it is “a dream that is being lived.”
Juan Mora Vizcarra it is originally from Mazatlanthe land of other baseball players who have made history in the Sultans summer, like Tony Aguilera, Alfredo Meza, Edgar Quintero or Walter Silva.
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