José Alexander Siri, an outfielder with the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball, was born in the Dominican Republic on July 22, 1995.
In 2012, Siri joined the Cincinnati Reds as an unrestricted foreign free agent. In September 2021, he made his MLB debut.
Siri entered into a minor league agreement with the Houston Astros organization on December 23, 2020. Siri started the 2021 campaign with the Triple-A Sugar Land Skeeters.
For the Skeeters, he appeared in 94 games while hitting.318/.369/.552 with 16 home runs, 72 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases in 27 tries.
Siri will make her maiden move from Triple-A to the major leagues on September 2, 2021, according to the announcement.
He was used as a pinch-runner the next day against the San Diego Padres in the ninth inning to make his Major League Baseball debut. As soon as Jake Meyers singled, Siri was able to score for the first time in the major leagues from second base.
On September 13, Siri started in left field for his first major league game. He hit 4-for-5 with two home runs and five runs batted in against the Texas Rangers.
He was the only player to have so many RBIs and multiple home runs in their first-ever start in the major leagues since the RBI statistic was made official in 1920. He batted for the Astros in 2021. 46 at-bats for 304/.347/.609 with 4 home runs, 9 RBIs, 1 walk, and 17 strikeouts.
Where Is Jose Siri From?
Jose Siri is from Sabana Grande de Boya, Dominican Republic. In the Dominican Republic’s Monte Plata province, the community of Sabana Grande de Boyá is considered to be a municipality. It incorporates the municipal districts of Gonzalo and Majagual in their entirety.