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Middle Infielder/Utility Player Seeking Team Overseas for 2020/21

Name: Cesar Cuevas

Height: 152cm

Weight: 81kg

DOB: July 10, 1999

Date Available: August 10, 2020

Will Pay Flight

Bats: R

Throws: R

Positions: 2B, SS

Positions (alt): Youth Coach, 3B, OF, RF, CF, LF

College: Olympic College

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1st Team All-NWAC in 2019, Silver slugger and MVP in highschool, Recently made PSCL All-Star team batting .455 with 4 HRs. I’d describe myself as a contact hitter with power as my OBP% was .550 and slugging .841

Overseas goals: Use overseas as a stepping stone into professional ball in the U.S.

Playing Experience

2017-19 Olympic College Northwest Athletic Conference
2020 Lumberjacks Palm Springs Collegiate League

Coaching Experience

2017-19 Assistant Coach Olympic College Youth/High School Mentor /Practice Coach


College/Amateur Batting

2018 Olympic 36 132 19 33 9 1 0 15 8 30 5 3 .250 .317 .333
2019 Olympic 37 136 22 38 10 2 4 20 14 24 4 1 .279 .364 .471
2020 Lumberjacks 16 44 19 20 5 0 4 14 10 8 2 0 .455 .554 .841

Video Highlights


Sam Dimatteo

Head Coach, College of the Desert

Cesar’s tools can eventually translate him into a pro-caliber player. He still has work to do in the infield. Makes some very athletic plays and shows streaks of being very smooth and infield savvy making tougher plays look easy. A few mistakes here and there as well that still show that he needs to polish up and get more consistent at a professional level. His bat speed is one of his best tools. He led the summer league i coached him in this past July in home runs for a good part of the season. Once teams started to stay outer half and feed him a lot more off-speed he cooled down a good bit. We worked on his approach of being more of a feared hitter and how you will start to get pitched too. Not as many fat fastballs anymore and now a solid approach and discipline are much needed which was something I think he lacked. What was nice to see is him work on that as the summer continued and he started to take a lot more walks and use the other side of the field. So he is coachable. He was a team leader more in the sense of lead by example he keeps to himself and isn’t an overly loud type bench guy. Very competitive. He has a good build, very muscular and athletic looking. Average arm and average speed on the bases. His bat speed is a plus. Very quick hands. Overall a player I can see hold his own overseas. I played pro ball for 7 years here In the states and I think its a great starting point for him to work on his game.

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Additional Info

Playing Preferences: Europe (Summer), Canada (Summer), Asia (Summer), Australia (Winter), New Zealand (Winter), Latin America (Winter), South Africa (Winter)


Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with a host family


Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season


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Traveling with a companion: Perhaps for a short term visit