At just 21 years old, Meibrys Viloria made his major league debut going one-for-three with a double. Over September, Viloria held a 63 wRC+ with a .286 OBP. This is not exactly great, but I did like what I saw from him behind the plate. I don’t think he is major league ready in any part of his game, but I can definitely see Viloria being an average-to-plus defender behind the plate someday.
For a kid coming out of Hi-A, not much more can be expected. I don’t think he is bound for Double-A next year, but with the MLB roster being one of the youngest in the league, crazier things could happen; maybe even Triple-A or MLB if Perez is traded this off-season. With Viloria making his debut, we can see with Melendez, Rivero, Gallagher, and Vallot (ehhhh), the Royals have proven that catching is a strong-suit of their system.