Pasadena, CA – Statement from Nick English, owner of Munger English Sports Management on the hiring of Ozney Guillen.
“On the behalf of our staff, we are proud to announce the hiring of Ozney Guillen, 28. Guillen, is the son of Former Major League infielder, and World Series Winning Manager Ozzie Guillen.
Ozney Guillen, was born in Caracas, Venezuela. After moving to Miami as a kid, Guillen graduated from Monsignor E. Pace High School in Miami, Florida, class of 2010. Guillen, attended Miami-Dade college (2010-2012) St. Thomas University (2012-2013), and Sports Analytics Worldwide (2017) after graduating high school.
Guillen, furthered his baseball career as a player from 2014 to 2018. In 2019, Guillen was the Houston Astros Short-Season Affiliate, Tri-City ValleyCats Manager. Ozney, was the Manager for the 2019 Colombian Winter League Champions, Vaqueros de Monteria. The Champion Vaqueros went on to participate in the 2019 Caribbean Series, representing Colombia.
Ozney, was introduced to Munger English by Alejandro Padrón. The two have known each other since 2016. The pair worked together in the Front Office for the Tiburones De La Guiará (Venezuela Winter League).
Guillen’s focus will be in amateur recruiting, for both the Rule IV First-Year Player Draft and July 2 International Signing Period. Ozney splits his time, traveling between Chicago and Miami.”
Roberto Ramos, LG Twins
"Roberto Ramos’s contract was purchased by the LG Twins (KBO) in a deal with the Colorado Rockies on January 18th, 2020. Ramos can earn up to 500K in 2020. In 2019, Ramos, 25, hit .309 with 30 home runs and 105 RBI in AAA Albuquerque. He was ranked the #27 Prospect (MLB.com) in the Rockies organization to end this past season. The 6’5’’ first basemen has no Major League experience, and was not a minor league free agent. Most recently, he competed in the Arizona Fall League with the Salt River Rafters, and in the Mexican Winter League, with the Naranjeros de Hermosillo. Roberto’s contract is the largest for a player with similar service in the 2019-2020 offseason.”
Dylan File, RHP, Milwaukee Brewers
Jackson Cluff, SS, Washington Nationals
Yoandy Rea, C, Detroit Tigers
Ezequiel Tovar, SS, Colorado Rockies
Anthony Castro, Mesa Solar Sox
Heliot Ramos, Scottsdale Scorpions
Roberto Ramos, Salt River Rafters
Valdes – Cleveland Indians, 2nd round (63rd overall)
Brown – Toronto Blue Jays, 3rd round (88th overall)
Harris II – Atlanta Braves, 3rd round (98th overall)
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