CPBL Foreign Players Updates Volume #257

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Uni-Lions News: Logan Ondrusek

On January 6, the Uni-Lions announced the re-signing of Logan Ondrusek for the 2023 CPBL season. The 37-year-old American right-hander is set to return for his second season in Taiwan.

“We are hoping all our foreign pitchers can report to the team at the end of January or early February,” said the Uni-Lions general manager.

Logan Ondrusek had quite a dominant season in 2022. In over 82 innings, he posted a rock-solid 1.87 ERA, 1.15 WHIP with an outstanding 25 K% and 4 BB%.

Despite his strong performance, Logan Ondrusek was unable to stay healthy for the entire season. He missed nearly three months with a left foot injury and did not return to the first team until September.

As of today, the Uni-Lions have re-signed Brock Dykxhoorn and Logan Ondrusek as their foreign pitchers for the 2023 season.

The Uni-Lions GM revealed they are currently targeting 2-3 foreign pitchers, one of the potential new foreign pitchers spent his 2021 and 2022 in the KBO.

Further Readings

Foreign players comes and goes, therefore we compiled a foreign players tracker to keep track of all the foreign players signing for the 2023 CPBL season.


    • They are saying that yet-to-be named KBO pitcher is without CPBL experience. So, no Miranda and Carpenter. So, Wes Parsons would be a good choice. There was rumour another potential candidates is a former NPB RHP.

      Haha, I guess we will find out in the next few weeks.

  1. Logan Ondrusek could probably be an effective CPBL pitcher into his 40s if remains healthy. That’s a big if for his player his age (38 in February) and his size (he’s listed as 6’8″ and 230 lbs).


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