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Winter Leagues: Tsung-Che Cheng Helps His Team to Colombian League Title


A quick recap of the recent winter league action for the few Pittsburgh Pirates still playing winter ball


In Puerto Rico, Roberto Perez went 0-for-3 with a walk. He started his winter going 0-for-10 in three games, then had back-to-back two-hit games, before going hitless in this game.

In Mexico, Randy Romero played defense in left field late without getting a chance to bat.


In Colombia, Tsung-Che Cheng went 1-for-4 with a triple, walk, two runs and two RBIs in his team’s 9-7 victory.

In Mexico, Randy Romero was once again used off of the bench later without an at-bat. The only difference this time is that he got to pinch-run before playing left field.


In Colombia, Tsung-Che Cheng went 1-for-4 with a double in his team’s 6-5 win.

In Puerto Rico, Roberto Perez went 0-for-2 before leaving for a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning of a one-sided game.


Tsung-Che Cheng had an 0-for-4 night on Thursday, but his team won the league championship with a 4-3 victory. The team manager is DSL Pirates manager Jose Mosquera, who has now been part of eight league championships in Colombia, five as a player, one as a coach and back-to-back titles as a manager. The team will now take part in the Caribbean Series. Cheng went 6-for-22 in the playoffs, with two triples, two doubles, four runs, two RBIs and two steals in five games.

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John Dreker
John Dreker
John started working at Pirates Prospects in 2009, but his connection to the Pittsburgh Pirates started exactly 100 years earlier when Dots Miller debuted for the 1909 World Series champions. John was born in Kearny, NJ, two blocks from the house where Dots Miller grew up. From that hometown hero connection came a love of Pirates history, as well as the sport of baseball. When he didn't make it as a lefty pitcher with an 80+ MPH fastball and a slider that needed work, John turned to covering the game, eventually focusing in on the prospects side, where his interest was pushed by the big league team being below .500 for so long. John has covered the minors in some form since the 2002 season, and leads the draft and international coverage on Pirates Prospects. He writes daily on Pittsburgh Baseball History, when he's not covering the entire system daily throughout the entire year on Pirates Prospects.

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