After being surprisingly released by the Minnesota Twins, who declined to make him an offer, let alone go to arbitration with the Guayamian outfielder, Rosario became a free agent early and eventually signed for a year and $ 8 million with the Cleveland Indians. Under normal conditions, having signed with Minnesota in his final year, Rosario was a free agent after the 2021 campaign.
Anyway, his deal with Cleveland will be for one season, so he will be a free agent once the year is over. The native Guayama player and left-handed hitter gives Cleveland’s lineup an injection of power following the departure of Puerto Rican shortstop Francisco Lindor and first baseman Carlos Santana. Rosario, 29, hit 13 home runs with 42 RBIs in 2020, but in his last full season before the pandemic, he hit .276 with 32 home runs and 109 RBIs in 2019.
- deGrom ties career high K’s, but Mets bats silent April 11, 2021
- Another Wasted deGrom Masterpiece April 10, 2021
- Let’s celebrate for the history of baseball – Vamos a celebrar por la historia del beisbol April 10, 2021
- This Was One Weird Opening Day Mets Victory April 9, 2021
- Odor is not wanted by the Yankees or Rangers – A Odor no lo quieren ni Yankees ni Rangers April 9, 2021
- Resurrect pitcher’s Batting in the American League – Resucita el pitcher bateador en la LA April 8, 2021
- No Mexican in the Hall of Fame – Ningún mexicano en el Hall de la Fama April 7, 2021
- COLORADO ROCKIES WILL HOST 2021 ALL-STAR WEEK April 6, 2021
- The Letters from the Hereafter – From Henry Chadwick to the US Congress * Las Cartas desde el Más Allá.- De Henry Chadwick al Congreso de USA April 5, 2021
- Grounder that falls foul but is sentenced fair – Roletazo que cae foul pero se sentencia fair April 5, 2021