|Position: IF||Birthday: April 18, 1991|
|Born: Santiago, D.R.||Bats/Throws: R/R|
|Height: 6-1||Weight: 175 lbs|
|Pro Experience: 11 years|
Silverio, 27, signed with the Skeeters in July of last season and hit .310/.347/.503 with eight home runs and 37 RBIs in 55 games, making 48 appearances at third base ... Also hit .326 with a homer and five RBIs in 10 postseason games as the Skeeters went on to win the 2018 Atlantic League Championship ... Notched 14 hits and nine runs in the 2018 postseason, which were both Skeeters single-season postseason records ... White Sox originally signed Silverio as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic in 2008 ... Spent five seasons in the White Sox farm system, peaking at Triple-A, and he’s spent two seasons in the Minor League system of the Cincinnati Reds, also peaking at Triple-A ... The Santiago, Dominican Republic, native has hit .269/.306/.440 with 66 home runs and 373 RBIs in 652 career games at the affiliated level ... Was an MiLB.com Organizational All-Star for the Reds in 2013 and was selected as a Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star for the White Sox Dominican Summer League affiliate in 2009 ... Made his independent debut in 2015 for the Laredo Lemurs, who went on to win the American Association Championship that year under current Skeeters manager, Pete Incaviglia ... Last played at the professional level in 2016 with the Olmecas de Tabasco of the Mexican League ... Through 10 professional seasons, Silverio has hit .272/.308/.444 with 93 home runs and 496 RBIs in 852 games ... Has made 625 of his professional appearances at third base and has also made 124 appearances at shortstop.