Allan Cerda didn’t get off to the ideal start in his professional career. During his first three weeks with the Dominican Summer League Reds in 2018, he hit .159 and slugged.205.
But everything fell into place after that, as the outfielder finished the season with a.310/.431/.519 batting line.
When the short-season leagues began in 2019, the Reds relocated Allan Cerda up to the United States and out of the Dominican complex. The then-19-year-old went 0-8 with six strikeouts in his first two games of the year.
However, he hit.379 and slugged in the remaining eight games of the month, reversing his fortunes. 897 courtesy to two four home runs, including a two-homer outing against Johnson City on June 27th that included two singles as well.
In the 10 games he played, he hit .297/.325/.703 for the month. Cerda, on the other hand, did not walk a batter and struck out 14.
The hitting was still going strong when July started. Allan Cerda hit.256/.356/.462 in the first ten games of the month, including four extra-base hits and six walks.
However, he did so while striking out 17 times. The outfielder hit just.146 (6-41) in the last 14 games of the month. He walked 12 times and struck out 17 times, but the hits just weren’t coming when he put the ball in play.
Cerda hit .200 with a .350 slugging percentage in 106 at-bats in July, courtesy to 18 walks and six more hit-by-pitches.
Who Are Allan Cerda Parents?
There is no information about who Allan Cerda’s Parents are. They are currently based in the Dominican Republic.