In his first 11 games with the Greenville Drive in 2015, Dubón hit .364 with 10 extra-base hits.
With the Salem Red Sox of the Carolina League, he compiled a combined .288/.349/.376 slash line with 30 stolen bases in 120 games between the two teams.
An All-Star in the SAL during the midseason. After that, he was invited to join the Boston Red Sox’s spring training program in 2016.
In 2016, Dubón continued to improve in Salem, and he was named to the Carolina League All-Star team, which played in the 2016 California-Carolina League All-Star Game.
Portland Sea Dogs promoted him to Double-A following his All-Star Game appearance. He was promoted after a .306/.387/.379 line in 238 at-bats with a strong approach that produced more walks (33) than strikeouts (25).
The on-base percentage was sixth in the Carolina League, and the batting average was third. Since joining the league in 2012, he has maintained his pace, swiping 24 bases in 28 attempts.
In 62 games with Portland at Double-A, Dubón’s slash line improved to .339/.371/.538 with 23 multi-hit games, six home runs, and 40 RBI.
The two spells saw him hit .323/.379/.461 with 101 runs, 69 hits, and 30 stolen bases. His 157 runs and .323 average were second only to Aneury Tavárez in the Red Sox minor leagues (.330).
After Yoan Moncada and Danny Mars had 45 and 31 stolen bases, he came in third with 31 and sixth with six.
Midway through the season, he was named to the All-Star team for the Carolina League. Post-season selections included the Surprise Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League.
How Tall Is Mauricio Dubón?
Mauricio Dubón stands at a height of 1.83 m.