Baseball players have been diagnosed with a fever, and it is not swine flu. They see what Dynasty is doing for their careers and we get more and more players inquiring about our services by the day. A major part of our value comes from our entrepreneurship. I ask all of our agents, interns, and clients to brainstorm new ideas that will help us grow. Our newest agent, Pedro Millan, came up with the idea of Fiebre Béisbol, a distinguished division of Dynasty Athlete Representation. Fiebre Béisbol, when translated to English, is Baseball Fever. The newest player to fall victim to Dynasty’s fever is Roberto Feliciano of the Los Angeles Dodgers organization.
Feliciano is a very young arm straight out of Puerto Rico, who has very impressive stuff on the mound. He just turned 19-years-old less than two weeks ago and has impressed many within the Dodgers organization in his first year with the club. Feliciano started the season in the Arizona League, but was quickly promoted to the Class A Midwest League after sporting a 1.50 ERA in 24 innings while fanning 27 batters and only walking 6 with the AZL team. Since joining the Class A Great Lakes Loons, Feliciano has not given up a run.
Feliciano graduated from the Puerto Rican Baseball Academy, a high school in Puerto Rico that is rich with young talent. He was selected in the 24th round of the 2008 Rule 4 Draft and looks to have a very bright future ahead of him.