CPBL Foreign Players Updates Volume #223

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Uni-Lions News: Wilin Rosario

On June 2, the Uni-Lions released former MLB hitter Wilin Rosario due to a leg injury.

According to the Uni-Lions, Wilin Rosario suffered a leg strain while running bases on April 8. However, upon recent assessment, his condition is still not good enough to cope with the entire season, so the team decided to part ways with him.

“We are very grateful for Wilin Rosario’s contributions to the team, but in order to strengthen the team, we have no choice but to release him,” said the Uni-Lions GM. “The team is currently targeting several new foreign hitters, and we hope to finalise the deal as soon as possible.”

Wilin Rosario finished his 2022 CPBL season with a slash line of .357/.357/.714 over 14 plate appearances.

Further Readings

Foreign players come and goes, therefore we compiled a foreign players tracker to keep track of all the foreign players signing for the 2022 CPBL season.


  1. Mexican position players who would be worth a CPBL shot right now are: slugging 1B Kyle Martin (age 29) and Kennys Vargas (31), OF Keon Broxton (32) and Nick Williams (28), SS/3B Orlando Calixte (30) and SS Addison Russell (28).

    Corner OFs Courtney Hawkins (28) and Ben Aklinski (26) look like the best Atlantic League prospects.

    • Honestly, unless the CPBL change the rule to have mandatory foreign position player it is not worth signing position players.

      Because no foreign hitter (at the current CPBL price range) can provide enough value to earn that valuable slot.


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