Ronny Cedeño

#7SS,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Puerto Cabello, Carabobo
Draft: Undrafted 1999 signed by the
  • Former Giants top prospect earns first career MLB win with Twins
    NBCS Bay Area

    Former Giants top prospect earns first career MLB win with Twins

    ST. LOUIS -- Adam Wainwright tried his best to keep up with Cardinals teammates Carlos Martinez and Michael Wacha. The veteran right-hander simply came up short. Matt Carpenter homered and Wainwright turned in his second successive strong outing to lead St. Louis over the San Francisco Giants 8-3 on Sunday, snapping a four-game skid. Wainwright (4-3) allowed one run and five hits in 6 1/3 innings. Martinez threw nine shutout innings Saturday, and Wacha pitched six scoreless innings Friday. "I blew it," Wainwright joked. But he was plenty effective. Wainwright set down the side in order three times and retired seven in a row during one stretch. He struck out six, walked three and even hit an RBI

  • Disrupt SF 2017 is headed back to Pier 48
    TechCrunch

    Disrupt SF 2017 is headed back to Pier 48

    After having housed three of the last four Disrupt conferences, it’s beginning to feel like home. We are excited to announce that Disrupt SF 2017 will once again be held at the lovely Pier 48, which is right down the road from AT&T Park — the home of the San Francisco Giants. While the baseball Giants may be playing a game of fall ball down the street, the giants of the startup industry will be filling the halls of the 80,000-square-foot venue for the best startup show in the industry. In just a few months, thousands of investors, innovators and tech enthusiasts will make their way to the Bay Area to take in the festivities of Disrupt. There, they’ll attend lectures and fireside chats from an

  • Yardbarker

    New York Yankees: What to do with all these prospects

    Ever since the 2016 MLB trade deadline, at which time the New York Yankees traded Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller, and Carlos Beltran, all fans have heard is how talented and promising the team’s farm system has become. Such talk has fans excited for the future to see these prospects make their major league debuts and fill in the roster spots that have previously been occupied by washed-up veterans or one-year fixes. However, the surprising start to the 2017 baseball season has created a pleasant problem for the Yankees front office. As of right now, Starlin Castro and Did Gregorious are two young talents that figure to command the New York middle infield for years to come, Greg Bird and Tyler