One of the minor league baseball players for the Minnesota Twins is Ronny Henriquez. On June 20, 2000, he was born in Bonao, Dominican Republic. He throws right and bats. He competes for the Twins as a pitcher.
He played baseball whiles growing up in bus country in the Dominican Republic. The Texas Rangers signed Henriquez as an international free agent in 2017. He received a $10,000 signing bonus for joining them. In 2018, he started playing baseball professionally. He was sent by the Rangers to the Rookie-level DSL Rangers of the Dominican Summer League during that campaign.
He participated in the Class A South Atlantic League with the Hickory Crawdads in the following year, 2019. He did not participate in a game during the 2020 minor league season because it was postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. He participated in the 2021 minor league season with the High-A East’s Hickory Crawdads.
He received a season-long promotion from the Rangers to the Double-A Central’s Frisco RoughRiders. In November 2021, the Rangers added him to their 40-man roster, and in March 2022, they exchanged him for a player and sent him to the Minnesota Twins.
Is Ronny Henriquez Married?
Ronny Henriquez is not yet married and has not been previously married or engaged.