"He was a player who didn't stand out too much to many scouts and the analytics kind of put him on our radar, so when we went in there and started watching him, we figured out, 'Wow, this guy is one the best players in the game. You just have to watch him,' " Pérez said. "We ended up signing him for $125,000, and he's moved quickly, and according to Baseball America, they ranked him the No. 1 prospect in the Arizona Rookie League. I think for me, in international, that's been the one that stood out so far."