During the 2013 MLB draft, the Red Sox drafted Dubón. The Lowell Spinners promoted Dubón to the New York–Penn League in 2014, where he had a .320 batting average and was one of the league’s top ten hitters (82-for-256).
In his first 11 games with the Greenville Drive in 2015, Dubón hit .364 with 10 extra-base hits.
A combined slash line of .288/.349/.376 with 30 stolen bases in 120 games over two stints with the High-A Salem Red Sox of the Carolina League capped his season.
All-Star honors were bestowed upon him midway through the SAL season. After that, he was invited by the Boston Red Sox to participate in their spring training in 2016, which he accepted.
In 2016, Dubón was named to the Carolina League All-Star team and will participate in the 2016 California-Carolina League All-Star Game in San Diego.
After his appearance in the All-Star Game, he was promoted to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs. During his time in the minors, Dubón batted .306 with an on-base plus slugging percentage of .387 and a walk-to-strikeout ratio of 33.
Third in the Carolina League, with an on-base percentage of .306, the hitter hit for a .306 average. In addition, his speed has remained a key component of his game, as evidenced by his league-leading 24 base steals in 28 attempts.
How Much Does Mauricio Dubón Make?
Mauricio Dubon has an annual salary of $583,000 on average. Dubon will have a base pay of $583,000 in 2021, with a total salary of $583,000.