The Kansas City T-Bones have released catcher Leo Rojas. The move will allow Rojas to retire from professional baseball.
Leo Rojas was signed by the Kansas City T-Bones on March 23, 2017. The native of Punto Fijo, Venezuela, played in 48 games for the T-Bones in 2017 and hit .251 with five home runs and 24 RBI.
In his lone season in Kansas City, Rojas set career highs in games played (48), runs (23), hits (43), doubles (11), home runs and RBIs.
Rojas was originally drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 2012 MLB draft from Miami-Dade College, Kendall Campus in Miami, Florida.
The catcher spent parts of four seasons in the Giants organization before his release in June of 2016. Rojas retires as a career .250 hitter in 142 minor league games with 10 home runs and 72 RBI.
Full and half-season ticket packages for 2018, as well as flex plans, are on sale now online at www.tbonesbaseball.com or by calling 913-328-5618 or visiting in person the Providence Medical Center Box Office. Group ticket sales for renewing accounts are also on sale, while group ticket sales will open to the public on Dec. 12.