Geraldo begins his first season with the Ducks and 10th in professional baseball. The infielder comes to Long Island after playing the past three seasons in the Atlantic League. He spent one season with the Gastonia Honey Hunters (2021) and two with the Lexington Legends/Counter Clocks (2022-23), combining to hit .263 with 16 home runs, 96 RBIs, 113 runs, 209 hits, 43 doubles, four triples, 41 stolen bases and 57 walks. Defensively, the 27-year-old spent time at second base, third base and shortstop with both teams, compiling a .967 fielding percentage.

The Dominican Republic native previously spent six seasons in the San Francisco Giants organization (2014-19) and one in the Washington Nationals system (2021), reaching as high as Double-A. In 596 games, he accrued a .268 batting average with 23 homers, 263 RBIs, 329 runs, 623 hits, 78 doubles, 28 triples, 126 stolen bases and 127 walks. The switch-hitter earned Mid-Season All-Star honors in the South Atlantic League (2018) and Northwest League (2017) as well as Post-Season All-Star honors in the Dominican Summer League (2015). Geraldo was originally signed by the Giants as a free agent in 2013).