Dermis Garcia is a professional Dominican Republic baseball first baseman who turned free agent in 2021. On 2nd July 2014, he was picked by the New York Yankees as an international free agent. At the time, Garcia played shortstop and was ranked the 9th best international free agent by Baseball America.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic native, Dermis Garcia was born on 7th January 1998, under the star sign Capricorn. The twenty-three years old stands 190cm tall and weighs 90Kg.
On July 2, 2014, the New York Yankees signed infielder Dermis Garcia as an international free agent, paying him $3.2 million.
Though he failed to make a spot in the major league, Garcia continuously playing in the minor league since 2014. the average player salary for a minor league player was $6,000 in Single-A, $9,350 in Double-A, and $15,000 in Triple-A in 2018. The pay has increased in 2021 but the exact figure is unknown.
As of 2021, his net worth is approximately $0.5 million.
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Dermis Garcia is married to Moonica Madera. The couple tied the knot in 2019. The baseball pitcher has shared few wedding photographs on his Instagram. He wrote, "Happy day of love and friendship especially for the queen of my life, I love you."
His spouse, on the other hand, seems to be low-key when it comes to her personal life. There is no information about her in the media except her name and marital status. Also, she has set her Instagram account private.
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Signed as an international free agent by the Yankees, on 2nd July 2014, he was assigned to Somerset Patriots. In 2015, he played for GCL Yankees 2, appearing In the 78 plates but slashed to an ugly .159/.256/.188 with a horrid 32.1 K%.
The following season, he played for Pulaski Yankees, in his sophomore campaign. That season, he played 57 games and improved his slash line to .206/.326/.454.
He began the 2017 season with the Pulaski Yankees and earned a mid-season promotion to Single-A Charleston. In Charleston, Dermis drove in 20 with connecting for eight home runs, and six doubles.
Spent 2018 with Charleston RiverDogs, 2019 with Tampa Tarpons, 2019-20 for Gigantes del Cibao, and with Somerset Patriots in 2021.
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