You have to have played in at least 30 games at this point of the baseball season to be in the list.
I use two very important baseball statistics to separate the great players from the rest of the crowd.
The first one is Slugging Percentage (SLU) and the second one is On Base Percentage (OBP). I just add the two ratios together, and if you are at or above .975, you deserve to be called an outstanding player.
Here are the outstanding players:
1) Giorbis Duvergél, Guantánamo, games 33, SLU .634, OBP .530.
2) Yosvani Alarcón, Las Tunas, 31 games, SLU .615, OBP .415.
3) Yadiel Hernández, Matánzas, 33 games, SLU .504, OBP .497
I am sure that after the regular 90 games have been played, there will be more on this list.
Statistics: Federación Cubana de Béisbol Aficionado (FCBA, http://www.beisbolcubano.cu/home/) Stats published on November 25, 2014.