Tristen Carranza, a hitter originally from El Centro, CA just moved to Brevard County after finishing his 4th professional season. Son of former Colorado Rockies, Pedro Carranza, comes from a baseball family originally from Mexico. Tristen attended Brawley Union High School where he played for his father and was a 4 year varsity starter. While in high school he was Drafted in the Mexican Winter League by the Aguilas de Mexicali and was offered to sign as a Mexican Free Agent with the Chicago Cubs in 2015 but decided to pursue his education. Following high school Tristen was awarded an athletic and academic scholarship to New Mexico State University where he earned his degree and played from 2015-2019. While at New Mexico State University he won a handful of awards the most notable ones being WAC tournament MVP to help lead the Aggies to their first Tournament title in the WAC in 2018, 1st team All-American in 2019, 2nd in career home runs, and 1st in hit by pitch. After his collegiate career came to an end he signed a free agent contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks where he was named a Pioneer League All-Star in 2019. He most recently played in the American Association with the Lake Country Dockhounds and in the Mexican Winter League with the Aguilas De Mexicali. Tristen has a passion for the game and loves to work hard.