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Endy Rodriguez
Trending: ↑ 20%
C | B/T: S/R | 6' 0" 170LBS | Age: 20

MLB Pipeline Rank
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Stats

PA AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG OPS
2019 90 75 14 22 0 6 4 .293 .393 .453 .847
Career Minors 266 217 41 60 4 37 6 .276 .389 .452 .840
AVG HR RBI SB OPS
2019 .293 0 6 4 .847
Career Minors .276 4 37 6 .840

Standard Minor League Batting Statistics

SeasonTmLGLGPAABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSOSBCSHBPAVGOBPSLGOPS
2018 2 Teams Minors 35 141 115 22 30 6 2 2 23 20 26 2 2 2 .261 .369 .400 .769
2018 DSL Mets2 DSL ROK 11 45 39 7 15 2 1 0 6 5 9 1 2 0 .385 .444 .487 .932
2018 DSL Mets1 DSL ROK 24 96 76 15 15 4 1 2 17 15 17 1 0 2 .197 .333 .355 .689
2019 2 Teams Minors 31 125 102 19 30 14 1 2 14 15 18 4 0 6 .294 .411 .510 .921
2019 DSL Mets1 DSL ROK 9 35 27 5 8 4 0 2 8 5 5 0 0 3 .296 .457 .667 1.124
2019 GCL Mets GCL ROK 22 90 75 14 22 10 1 0 6 10 13 4 0 3 .293 .393 .453 .847

Scouting Report

2020

While the Mets have given out seven-figure bonuses to five different players across the past three international periods, they also have found some serious value in cheaper, under-the-radar signings. Rodriguez, who signed for $10,000 -- an amount that does not count against a team’s international bonus pool -- in July 2018, falls into the latter group. A switch-hitter who has shown an ability to play multiple positions including catcher early in his career, the Dominican native made a smooth transition from the Dominican Summer League to the Rookie Gulf Coast League in 2019, albeit while missing time with a hamstring injury.

Combining an advanced approach and natural bat-to-ball skills, Rodriguez makes a lot of contact and sprays hits to all fields from both sides of the plate. He drives the ball better as a left-handed hitter, showing flashes of raw power that should begin to translate into more usable power as he gets stronger. While a penchant for contact points to more of a hit-over-power future profile, there are some evaluators who think Rodriguez will surprise with his power output. 

Rodriguez’s bat will become even more valuable if he can remain behind the plate. He’s an athletic and agile defender who moves well behind the plate, with solid catch-and-throw skills that should continue to improve. He runs well enough to play an outfield corner and also has seen time at first base early in his career. While Mets are intrigued by Rodriguez’s potential in the outfield and will continue to get him reps there, developing him behind the plate is still their top priority.  


Transactions

Team Date Transaction
06/19/2019 C Endy Rodriguez assigned to GCL Mets from DSL Mets1.
07/27/2018 C Endy Rodriguez assigned to DSL Mets1 from DSL Mets2.
07/11/2018 C Endy Rodriguez assigned to DSL Mets2.
07/02/2018 New York Mets signed free agent C Endy Rodriguez to a minor league contract.