Gilberto Celestino Age: How Old Is Gilberto Celestino?

Gilberto Celestino

Gilberto Celestino made his big league debut in 2021 after playing for the Dominican national team.

In 2015, Houston Astros scouts Oz Ocampo and Roman Ocumarez signed Celestino. Gilberto Celestino started his career with the 2016 DSL Astros Orange, hitting .279/.388/.434 in 38 games before being promoted to the GCL Astros (.200/.308/.291 in 18 games).

Between the two stops, he stole 15 bases in 18 attempts. For the Greeneville Astros in 2017, Gilberto Celestino hit .269/.331/.379 with 10 steals in 12 at-bats.

His eight assists tied Warner Lagrange for the most among outfielders in the Appalachian League. Between William Contreras and Ryan Noda, Baseball America ranked him as the league’s #11 prospect.

Gilberto Celestino started the year with the Corpus Christi Hooks, where he went 0 for 8 in three games. After that, he transferred to the Tri-City Dust Devils, where he hit .323/.387/.480 in 34 games, stealing 14 bases in all.

He was then dealt to the Minnesota Twins for Ryan Pressly, along with fellow prospect Jorge Alcala. In 27 games with the Elizabethton Twins, he batted .266/.308/.349 with eight steals in ten tries.

Gilberto Celestino was named the #1 prospect in the New York-Penn League by Baseball America, ahead of Travis Swaggerty and Luis Oviedo.

How Old Is Gilberto Celestino?

Gilberto Celestino is 23 years old. He was born on February 13, 1999.