ARLINGTON, Texas – Cuban baseball player Julio Pablo Martinez on Thursday reached a Minor League deal with the Texas Rangers , which includes a bonus for $ 2.8 million dollars. The outfielder will debut with the organization in the Summer League of the Dominican Republic. If you want to receive the best information of the sports world, download the App now. espn.com/app » The Rangers announced the agreement with the 22-year-old Cuban on Thursday, more than four months after the player made an open test for all teams and about six weeks after he was able to sign with any major organization. Suspenders. Martinez made his debut in the National Series of Cuba at age 16 and batted .293 in five seasons. In his last campaign with the Guantanamo and Camagüey teams, the left-hander hit .333 with six homers and 24 base steals in 61 games. He had 52 walks and 30 strikeouts. In a conference call, Martinez said his goal is to play in the Major Leagues in three years.