Daniel Muno is a middle infielder who went to Fresno State. He was drafted in the eighth round of the 2011 MLB Draft. Danny started his playing career in Brooklyn where he hit .355, stroked two home runs, drove in 24 RBIs, and stole nine bases.
In High-A at Port St. Lucie, Muno hit .280 with nine home runs, 66 RBIs, and stole 19 bases. That season was cut short when he received a 50 game suspension for testing positive for Performance Enhancing Drugs. That is what caused him to fall off the prospect map.
While at AA Binghamton, Muno started off the season really poor. In April, he
hit .221, followed by hitting .179 in May. Then he got hot; from June to August, Muno
hit .299 with a eight home runs, 41 RBIs and eight stolen bases. He also earned Eastern League Player of the Week honors. That got his season total to a batting average of .255 with nine home runs and 66 RBIs with 15 stolen bases.
Muno’s prospect status was on life support before he reported to ...