Former MLB stars join Middle East-South Asia baseball league

Former MLB stars join Middle East-South Asia baseball league… Until 50 years old

Cano, Sandoval, Hrehoriouis… Rosario, who played for the Hanwha Eagles, also joined.

The Middle East-South Asia professional baseball league, in which a large number of retired big leaguers participate, opens.

The Associated Press reported on the 24th (Korean time), “Stars who played in the American Major League Baseball (MLB) have joined the baseball league based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).”

AP said, “Famous former big leaguers such as Bartolo Colon (50), Robinson Cano (41), Pablo Sandoval (37), and Didi Hrehorius (33) are participating in the first professional baseball league in the Middle East and South Asia.

In ‘Baseball United’ He added, “I was nominated by my team.” 먹튀검증

Baseball United, a Middle East-South Asian professional baseball league, was founded in July of last year.

Agent and businessman Cathy Shayk and MLB Hall of Famers Mariano Rivera and Barry Larkin joined forces.

They joined forces in the Middle East, which is rich in funds and has a large cricketing population.

It was judged that India and Pakistan have great marketability.

Baseball United consists of a total of 4 teams, including 2 UAE teams, 1 India team, and 1 Pakistan team, and plans to create 4 teams in the future.

We decided to found more.

Each team formed its players through a draft on the 24th, and many former big leaguers were named, attracting attention.

The Mumbai Cobras, who had the first overall draft pick, selected Karan Patel, an Indian right-hander who was selected by the Chicago White Sox in 2017.

He won the Cy Young Award in 2005 and was a four-time All-Star.

Colon, who was selected, joined Karachi Monarchs with the 16th overall pick.

Cano, who played in the All-Star Game eight times and played for the Atlanta Braves last season, was selected by the Dubai Wolves with the 6th overall pick.

Khrehorius, who played a big role as the New York Yankees’ starting shortstop

He was also selected by Wolves with the 3rd overall pick.

‘Kung Fu Panda’ Sandoval wore the Abu Dhabi Falcons uniform as the 4th overall pick.

A familiar player who played in the KBO League also joined.

Willin Rosario, who previously played for the Hanwha Eagles.

(34) was selected by Wolves with the 24th overall pick.

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