After his release from the Colorado Rockies in 2015, Wilin Rosario's options were limited. The once highly touted catcher with a great bat was considered a liability behind the plate. Instead of waiting around, Rosario went overseas where he's dominated the last two years.
In 2016 Rosario put up numbers very simliar to Eric Thames when he played for the NC Dinos; 33 home runs, 120 RBI, and 31 doubles. His .321 batting average was a career best as well was his OBP (.367) and SLG (.593).