Alfonso Rivas
22-Year-Old First Baseman1B
Oakland Athletics A+
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$Signed a contract with the Athletics in June of 2018.
Selected by Oakland in fourth round
1BOakland Athletics  A+
June 5, 2018
The A's have selected Rivas with the 113th overall pick in the 2018 first-year player draft.
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Rivas demonstrated impressive on-base and contact skills during his time at Arizona, though he has yet to consistently display the slugging production organizations typically look for from corner-infield prospects. Fortunately for the lefty-hitting Rivas, his 5-foot-11, 180-pound build gives him a solid framework from which to tap into more power. Additionally, the competence he showed as a corner outfielder during his college career will give him a degree of utility if his bat doesn't play up enough for an everyday role at first base.
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