Felnin Celestén, from being a drummer in the Church to seeking the most lucrative signing bonus this January 15

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  • Felnin Celestén, from being a drummer in the Church to looking for the most lucrative signing bonus   </p></li></ul><p>In 2018, at the age of 12, Felnin Celestén played drums in the choir of the Jesus Baptist Church in his native Guaymate, only four years later he is ; He was on the verge of embracing a bonus that would exceed 4.5 million dollars.  </p><p>Not bad for a boy who, from his childhood, was guided by his grandparents Vages and Daniel Antonio, both pastors of the church, and his mother Ruth Antonia on the path of Christianity and from there on to the path of Christianity. " He followed the paths of God until he was part of the group that sang the biblical songs.  </p><p>But, the blood of baseball also ran through his veins, since his father Fitnes Celestén, of Haitian race, signed the agreement. as a pitcher with the Baltimore Orioles, though he had a short-lived career.  </p><p> Herein lies his great hunger for the hobby and like hundreds of kids, trying out baseball and dreaming of one day also landing a lucrative deal that could make him a millionaire, just like Dozens of youngsters have done it, first on the famous July 2 and after the pandemic on January 15.  </p><p>Well, for Celestén her big boom is coming. already at “turn the corner”, a novel that will enroll in the future. His name was joined by Wander Franco (3.8 million with the Rays) Marcos Luciano (2.6 million with the Giants on the 20th) Robert Puazón (5.0 million with Oakland in 2019), Wander Javier (4.0 million with the Twins) Roderick Arias (4.0 million with the Yankees in 2022), all shortstops, to whom the hard work of years will make them look good. change life together with his relatives.  </p><p>Unlike most newbies, who almost immediately think of buying a late-model jeep or other high-end vehicles, in the case of Celestén with the first handful of dollars they receive. in his hands he will make a cult of gratitude to God together with his mother and grandmother in the Jesus Baptist Church, where he grew up. and he educated himself as a human being.  </p><p>“From then on. So I come here, my grandparents are pastors and they were the first to teach me Catholicism, I liked it. and there started my first education” Celestén spoke to the Listín Diario, a third-year high school student who shows good command of the language.  </p><p>Although it is Close to registering in history as the owner of one of the highest bonds in the annals of these processes, he wants to continue his studies at all costs, because he understands that baseball will not be the only way to go. Forever.  </p><p>Add to this, her mother Ruth has been a long-time educator, while her father is a multi-skilled employee at the Ryu Palace hotel in Punta Cana. Celestén dreamed of Since I was a child I embraced architecture.  </p><p>But, baseball could do more and it is that from his beginnings in baseball he showed his passion. some superb qualities that with the passing of time increased in popularity. until at the age of 12 he came to know the world. It fell into the hands of JD Ozuna, the instructor who molded it. and developed until he became one of the most desired talents of the class of 2022.  </p><p><strong> A A GREAT TALENT </strong> </p><p> < p>Scouts fell in love with his talent, major league team managers gasped to see this powerhouse who can do it all on the field and who has the Seattle Mariners as the team with the best chance of retaining his services. </p><p>A franchise, which, although it has never played a World Series game, has had some of the best players of the last generations in Alex Rodríguez, Ken Griffey Jr., Ichiro Suzuki, Randy Johnson, Edgar Martí and Edgar Martí. nez and now they exhibit Julio Rodríguez, who with only  a year in the business is one of the faces of baseball.  </p><p>So immense are the skills that They show Celestén, who left behind A group of Korean scouts went crazy, who put 7.9 million dollars on the table for his services, because he rejected it because of his request. and he preferred defy the lights and the great stage that the Major Leagues exhibit.  </p><p>“Celestén is a young man who shows great maturity despite his young age, each of his executions in the field are well above the range estimated for a person his age, a fact that makes him a super special player,” said JD Ozuna, after pondering the skills he shows.  </p><p>Be it with Regardless of the group that signs, the certain thing is that in Celestén, the Dominican Republic will export the same. another shortstop with innate conditions, destined for him to achieve stardom in the future, as many players of his position have.  </p><p>  </p>  <script async src=

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