Mauricio Dubon is a Honduran professional baseball shortstop and center fielder for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB). The Boston Red Sox selected Dubón out of high school in the 26th round of the 2013 MLB draft.
At the Liceo Bilingue Centroamericano in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Dubón was educated in both English and Spanish. During a Christian baseball mission trip to Honduras at the age of 15, Dubón stepped up his efforts on the field.
In order to better his baseball talents while attending high school in the United States, the Capital Christian High School invited Dubón back from his trip to Colombia.
In order to attend Capital Christian as a foreign exchange student in Sacramento, California, Dubón relocated to the United States.
During his junior and senior years at Capital Christian High School, he batted.509 (86-for-169) with 23 doubles, 14 triples, eight home runs, and 81 RBIs. He was picked by the Boston Red Sox in the first round.
Baseball America gave him the highest defensive grade of any Red Sox draft pick in 2013.
Mauricio Dubón Parents: Who Are Mauricio Dubón Parents?
Professional baseball shortstop and center fielder Mauricio Dubon was born to his parents Mr and Mrs Dubon. The Dubon family plays a huge role in Mauricio’s baseball career.
Mauricio grew up with his parents in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.