Dominican professional baseball outfielder José Alexander Siri was born on July 22, 1995, and now plays for the Houston Astros in Major League Baseball. Siri is of Dominican descent (MLB).
In 2012, Siri became a member of the Cincinnati Reds organization after signing with them as an international free agent. In September of 2021, he made his debut in Major League Baseball.
On September 21, 2012, the Cincinnati Reds made Siri a member of their organization by signing her as an international free agent.
The following year, he made his debut in the professional ranks by playing for the Dominican Summer League Reds. The 2016 season was a shared one for Siri, as she played for both the Billings Mustangs and the Dayton Dragons.
His batting average with Dayton was.293, and he led the league in both runs scored and stolen bases. Before the start of the 2020 season, the Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants, and Houston Astros all signed Siri to player contracts.
During his time with the Triple-A Sugar Land Skeeters, he appeared in 94 games and had a batting line of.318/.369/.552 with 16 home runs, 72 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases out of a possible 27 tries.
Siri entered Major League Baseball for the first time on September 2, 2021, against the San Diego Padres as a pinch-runner. In his very first game ever played in the major leagues,
he established a new record by becoming the first player since 1920 to have both that many runs batted in and multiple home runs.
What Nationality Is Jose Siri?
Dominican professional baseball player José Alexander Siri was born in the Dominican Republic. His place of birth was in the municipality of Sabana Grande de Boyá, which is located in the province of Monte Plata in the Dominican Republic.