Mauricio Dubon is a professional baseball player from Honduras who now plays in Major League Baseball (MLB). Mauricio André Dubón is now the San Antonio Missions’ shortstop as of 2019.
Dubón was born and raised in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where he attended the Liceo Bilingue Centroamericano. Dubón began to practice harder on the field at the age of 15 after a Christian baseball mission group visited Honduras.
When the Capital Christian High School saw Dubón play, they asked him if he wanted to return to the United States with the group, so he could perfect his baseball abilities while still in high school.
Dubón went to Sacramento, California, as a foreign exchange student to attend Capital Christian. Before being picked by Boston, he had a.509 batting average (86-for-169) in his junior and senior years at Capital Christian High School, with 23 doubles, 14 triples, eight home runs, and 81 RBIs.
Mauricio Andre Dubón has formerly played for the Milwaukee Brewers and the Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
How Much Does Mauricio Dubón Make?
Mauricio currently earns $555,000 per year.