Orioles draft talent from Curacao

The Baltimore Orioles have drafted Kirvin Moesquit from Curacao. The twenty-year old player was picked up by the O’s in the twenty-fourth round.

Kirvin can play shortstop and is also capable to play in the outfield. Last year he played for the Seminole State College for which he batted .368 with three homeruns, twenty-nine runs batted in and twenty-five stolen bases.

In 2014 he graduated at the Highlands Christian High School in Florida. After that he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins as 1070th player in the thirty-sixth round, but he decided to add another year to his study. This year he was the 733rd player that was drafted.

According to perfectgame.org, Kirvin is a good athlete that runs well and has good bat speed. In 2014 he received the Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and the Florida-All Region 1st team mention, which are annual awards that recognize the top senior athletes in high school baseball nationwide.

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