The Chirico receiver returns to organized baseball in the United States after he was with the Marlins from 2010 to 2019.
Panamanian catcher Rodrigo Vigil will return to organized baseball in the United States, by winning a minor league contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. The announcement was made by the player himself on his social networks and the company that represents him, Z-Axis Sports.
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It was known that Vigil should be traveling in the next few days to Dunedin, Florida, where the headquarters of the training camp of the Blue Jays organization is located.
From Chiriquí province, Vigil was signed by the Miami Marlins where he had a long stint in the minor leagues since 2010, although he saw no action in the Big Top.
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In 2019 he was released and the Panamanian receiver played in the Dominican Republic professional baseball league (LIDOM), in addition to playing the Caribbean Series. Last year he also played the major national baseball championship in Panama with his native Chiriquí province, with which he won the title.