Lions to Sell Star?
The London Lions of the United Baseball Federation will reportedly post phenom Cui Huifen, according to leaked documents from the UBF Front Office.
The Lions, who lost there baseball stadium this season, are reportedly ready to move for the 2049 UBF season. King's Field was destroyed in May by an errant missile, and was unsalvagable, though some have suggested that King William wants baseball out of England, and a return to a focus on English sports.
Huifen, who has said he would love to move to the Major Leagues after this current deal expires. Huifen makes $9.83 million dollars a year, and his current contract runs through 2050.
If he is posted, and their is heavy indication that he will be, the 30 year old Taiwanese leftie will have his current contract bought out, and will be elligible to negotiate with the team that wins the Bid on him. Both the Major Leagues and the Victory League will be able to place sealed bids.
More Information will be made available to the media after the end of the World Series, according to a source within the Commissioner's Office.
The Lions have mentioned Glascow, Oslo & Seibu as possible destinations for the franchise in recent months. Olso has reportedly emerged as the frontrunner.