After a year in Korea playing in the KBO, Wilin Rosario is hoping that he can get that second chance in the majors that didn't materialize last offseason, Jon Heyman reports. Rosario was an offensive juggernaut for the Hanwha Eagles, hitting .321/.367/.593 with 33 home runs. But the hitting environment in Korea is different than it is here.
In case you missed yesterday's big news, the Rockies had three players named as Gold Glove finalists while I was in my astronomy lecture, so I wrote about it because I'm a bad student.
Do you think that Wilin Rosario will be able to contribute to a major league roster again? It seems like some AL team would be willing to give him a tryout at DH, a position that was basically made for a player like him.