After winning the PBA title, TNT long-time Troy Rosario gets farmland


Troy Rosario poses with a piece of farmland he now owns. TROY ROSARIO INSTAGRAM

MANILA, Philippines – A few weeks after earning his first PBA championship, Troy Rosario has begun to fix his and his family’s future.

Although Rosario still has a lot to do, he has already decided to enter the agricultural sector as some of the retired players from the league.

“I used to ask permission if I could plant, now I have my piece of land. #TYL #Blessed, ”wrote TNT’s Rosario in Filipino in an Instagram post.

Rosario recently helped the Tropang Giga at the 2021 Philippine Cup by beating Magnolia 4-1 in the seven-game series.

The 6-foot-7 forward is in the prime of his life at 29, but is already eager to start his business outside of basketball.

Other PBA players who have invested in agriculture are Marc Pingris, Kerby Raymundo, Ryan Araña and Denok Miranda.

Araña also congratulated Rosario on his agricultural investment.

“Agricultural land is always a good investment, congratulations brother,” wrote Araña.


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