ALTOONA, Pa. - Liover Peguero is one of the most talented players you will see on a baseball field.
Whether offensively or defensively, he routinely flashes the tools and skills that you usually see from impact MLB players. The 21-year-old shortstop is currently in his first year at the Double-A level, and the results haven't shown his skills.
Peguero is batting .262/.300/.392 this year in Altoona. He also has 18 errors at shortstop, and eight more at second base, most of them on throws.
Watching Peguero on the field, he consistently is late timing his jump to get set. An infielder tries to time a jump to land on the dirt as the ball is making contact, allowing the infielder to react and spring toward the ball. Peguero is often landing after contact has been made.
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