When he made his pro debut pinch hitting for the Milwaukee Brewers in July 2019, he became the second Honduran baseball player to make it to the major leagues. Later that month, he was dealt to the San Francisco Giants, with whom he made his pro debut in August 2019.
The Boston Red Sox selected him in the 26th round of the 2013 MLB Draft. In 2016, he was traded to the Brewers.
Baseball America ranked him as the Boston Red Sox's greatest defensive draft pick following the 2013 MLB Draft.
He was born in Honduras but went to high school in Sacramento, California, to further his baseball skills.
He played for Bruce Bochy's San Francisco Giants at the end of the 2019 MLB season.