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K-Rod may be returning to the Majors when nobody expected

He wants to resurrect his career!

K-Rod may be returning to the Majors when nobody expected

K-Rod may be returning to the Majors when nobody expected

After failing to make the cut with the Philadelphia Phillies during the Spring Training, the fourth player with more saves in the history of the Major Leagues, Francisco Rodríguez "K-Rod", wants to resurrect his career and is aiming to return to the MLB in the near future.

 

According to Jon Heyman of Fan Rag Sports, the once All-Star signed with the independent league team Long Island Ducks in an attempt to get in shape again and try to get a Major League's deal in the near future.

The Long Island Ducks have a reputation for helping fallen MLB players to make a comeback to the Big Leagues again; the most recent example is Rich Hill, who played for the Ducks in 2015 and then he reached a deal with the LA Dodgers for 48 million dollars.

 

Other big leaguers that played with the Long Island Ducks and made it back to the MLB are Dontrelle Willis John Rocker and Eric Gagne.

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