Rosario named Can-Am Player of the Year
September 10, 2007
- Former RiverHawk
has earned the award that eluded him two years ago.
Last week, the independent Can-Am League named Rosario its Player of the Year. The 27-year-old shortstop hit .362 with 12 home runs and 59 RBI. Rosario led the league with a career-high 133 hits.
In 2005, Rosario hit a career-best .373 with a RiverHawks-record 123 base hits for Rockford, but the award went to
of the pennant-winning Kalamazoo Kings.
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