For the third time in the last four years, the Houston Astros have added a Rice University graduate to their staff. Jose Enrique Cruz, former professional baseball player and graduate of Rice, has accepted a position with the organization as an Account Executive in the corporate arm of the National Partnership Development department. Cruz, son of legendary Astros player Jose Cruz, has had a connection with baseball his entire life. He left school early to pursue his dream of playing professional baseball after being drafted in the 13th round of the MLB Draft by the New York Yankees. Cruz proceeded to play in the minor league systems of the Yankees, Chicago Cubs, and New York Mets before calling it quits on his professional baseball career in His career statistics can be found here.
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Fresh off a trip to the East Coast with his family to visit college campuses of programs that have offered him a scholarship, Villa Park Ill. Willowbrook High senior offensive lineman Enrique Cruz said he gained valuable perspective. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that has forced the NCAA to implement a recruiting dead period, which has been extended through the end of August, Cruz was not permitted to have access to any football facilities or coaches on the respective visits. Still, he said it was a critical experience in his recruitment process.
He is also the former first base coach for the Houston Astros. During his year baseball career — , he played for three teams, primarily for the Astros. Cruz is nicknamed "Cheo , " and many baseball fans refer to him as Cheo Cruz.
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