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Dalbert Siri

Indians Starting Slow in Arizona Fall League Play

October 13, 2018 |

The postseason hangover in Cleveland has extended all the way to Arizona for the Indians organization, as the team’s participants on the shared roster of the Glendale Desert Dogs have taken four straight losses to open the Arizona Fall League schedule.

Seven Indians prospects are members of the Desert Dogs club, joining representatives from the Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, and New York Yankees. Glendale is winless at 0-4 to start the season, which began Tuesday from the desert. They trail the first place Surprise Saguaros by three games in the AFL West Division.

The Indians have sent four pitchers – Justin Garza, Rob Kaminsky, Jared Robinson, and Dalbert Siri – and three position players – Yu Chang, Li-Jen Chu, and Connor Marabell – to Arizona for offseason work. Joining them in Glendale is Double-A Akron pitching coach Rigo Beltran. Read More

Lynchburg’s Dalbert Siri Strives to Reach the Major Leagues

July 14, 2018 |

Dalbert Siri is a solidly built right-hander out of Moca in the Dominican Republic. The 6’2”, 190 lb. 22 year-old reliever, signed when he was 19, rather late for players coming out of the Caribbean. The strongest prospects usually ink a contract the day they turn 16, the earliest legal age they can sign with a Major League organization.

Those top international signings often have the benefit of playing at one of the various training centers where they go to school, play ball, and get exposure to one or more Major League organizations. Siri, on the other hand, only started to play baseball at the age of 14 in Little League.

“I had to do a lot of hard work to get noticed,” Siri said. “My mother paid to have someone teach me baseball, so I took it seriously and played every day.” Read More

Hillcats’ Stars Shine in Carolina League All-Star Game Loss

June 21, 2018 |

They may have come away on the losing side of the final score, but the three members of the Lynchburg Hillcats selected to participate in the Carolina League’s All-Star Game on Tuesday chipped in with solid individual performances.

Outfielder Conner Capel, starting pitcher Sam Hentges, and reliever Dalbert Siri made the three-hour trek south to Five County Stadium in Zebulon, North Carolina, for this week’s battle between the Northern and Southern Divisions of the Carolina League. Read More