Scouts anticipate Dodgers' Hector Olivera will be big star in majors
"He's a terrific hitter," one scout said.
The Cuban slugger signed a six-year, $62.5 million deal with the Dodgers in mid-May. The 29-year-old Olivera had a .323/.407/.505/.912 slash line over 10 seasons in Cuba. He had 96 home runs and 433 RBI in 642 career games.
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