Baseball Dodgers new, 1958.
Ron Cutter, infielder, of Wilmington, Ohio College. Munatones and Rodriguez were signed by Scout Kenny Myers. Cutter was brought into the Dodger fold by Cliff Alexander. Both Munatones and Rodriguez were signed to Victoria (Texas) Contracts and will be assigned to farm clubs shortly. Cutter, signed to a Reno, Nevada contract, will report to the Thomasville, Georgia Club of the Georgia -- Florida League. Munatones, who lives at 2959 East Third Street, Los Angeles, was born of Mexican parents on November 6, 1936. He was a four -- sport star (basketball, baseball, track and tennis) at Roosevelt High where he also was a student body President. He was starred for UCLA over the last three seasons. He was selected as a C.I.B.A. All -- Star outfielder in 1957 and captained the team in 1958 when he was given honorable mention among the top infielders of the C.I.B.A. He was named as an All -- City pitcher in high school, starred in the Anaheim tournament and has also played for the Edmonton Eskimos, 1957 champions in the Western Canadian Summer League. During the 1954 tournament at Anaheim, he was selected as a top pitcher, but also received a special trophy for hitting a 405 -- foot home run, the first ever hit out of La Palma Park. Munatones, who wears glasses, bats and throws right -- handed. The Dodgers look upon him as a bid league catching prospect. He will be graduated from UCLA in February, 1959 but had completed his bas