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Bobby DeMuro on Jose Trevino

Bobby DeMuro has a scouting report on Rangers minor league catcher Jose Trevino at Today's Knuckleball

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Jose Trevino, the Texas Rangers' minor league catcher who was the team's 6th round draft pick in 2014, has put himself on the prospect map the last couple of years with his quality defensive work and outstanding makeup, and was named the Gold Glove catcher for the minor leagues this season.

Bobby DeMuro of Today's Knuckleball has a scouting report on Trevino, who has a pair of championship rings as the starting catcher for the 2015 Hickory Crawdads (Sally League champs) and the 2016 High Desert Mavericks (Cal League champs).

Trevino will most likely be in Frisco for 2017, and will have a chance to show he can hold his own against more advanced pitching.  I've been somewhat dismissive in the past on Trevino being anything other than an organizational depth guy, but more and more it sounds like Trevino has a major league future, at least as a backup catcher.