Juniel Querecuto

Cincinnati Reds sign infielder Juniel Querecuto

The Cincinnati Reds announced that they have signed infielder Juniel Querecuto to a minor league deal and extended an invitation to big league spring training. If you are asking yourself who Juniel Querecuto is, you probably aren’t alone. The now 29-year-old last played in the big leagues in 2016 with the Tampa Bay Rays. It was his only time spent in Major League Baseball and he went 1-11 with a triple and six strikeouts in four games played that year. He was granted free agency following that season and signed with the San Francisco Giants before moving on to join the Arizona Diamondbacks organization from 2018-2021.
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Juniel Querecuto Named Triple-A West Player of the Week

Reno Aces infielder Juniel Querecuto has been named Triple-A West Player of the Week, after slashing .462/.500/.846 in his last six games. Querecuto drove in 10 runs in the six-game stretch, including two doubles, a triple and two homers. The versatile infielder scored 10 runs himself on 12 hits and two walks. In 28 plate appearances, Querecuto struck out just twice.
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Diamondbacks' Juniel Querecuto: Booted from major-league camp

The Diamondbacks reassigned Querecuto to their minor-league camp Wednesday. As a 28-year-old journeyman infielder whose lone big-league action came back in 2016, Querecuto was considered an extreme long shot to break camp with Arizona. He'll likely head to Triple-A Reno when its season begins in May.