Ral Adalberto Mondes is a Major League Baseball shortstop for the Kansas City Royals.
He made his World Series debut with the Royals in Game 3 against the New York Mets on October 30, 2015, making him the only player in modern MLB history to do so.
How Old Is Adalberto Mondesi?
Adalberto Mondesi was born on July 27, 1995. He is 26 years old.
On July 27, 2011, Mondes signed a $2 million signing bonus with the Kansas City Royals.
In 50 games with the Rookie-level Pioneer League’s Idaho Falls Chukars in 2012, he hit .290/.346/.386 with three home runs.
Mondes was the team’s seventh-best prospect prior to the 2013 season, according to Baseball America. The Lexington Legends of the Class A South Atlantic League were where he spent the 2013 season.
He completed the cycle on May 27. He hit .261/.311/.361 with seven home runs in a season that saw him hit .261/.311/.361.
The Royals awarded him the Class A Lexington Player of the Year at the end of the season.
Mondes was regarded as one of baseball’s top prospects prior to the 2014 season. Baseball America listed him as the team’s third-best prospect.
MLB.com rated him as the 38th top prospect overall.
Mondesi spent the 2014 season with the Wilmington Blue Rocks of the Carolina League’s Class A-Advanced division, then following the regular season, he played for the Arizona Fall League’s Peoria Javelinas.
Ral Mondes, a former Major League Baseball player, is Mondes’s father.
Mondes went under the name Ral Mondes (and was occasionally referred to in the media as Ral A. Mondes or Ral Mondes Jr.) from 2015 to 2018.
He was known as Adalberto when he signed with the Royals. His father was a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers at the time of his birth. In the Dominican Republic, he was born and raised.