|Bryan Faundo||Forward/Center||6 ft 6 in||34|
|MIke Tolomia||Guard||5 ft 11 in||25|
|Cliff Hodge||Forward||6 ft 4 in||30|
|Nico Salva||Forward||6 ft 3 in||28|
|Baser Amer||Guard||6 ft 0 in||26|
|Chris Newsome||Guard/Forward||6 ft 2 in||28|
|KG Canaleta||Forward||6 ft 6 in||36|
|Anjo Caram||Guard||5 ft 7 in||27|
|Jared Dillinger||Guard/Forward||6 ft 4 in||34|
|Reynel Hugnatan||Forward/Center||6 ft 4 in||40|
|Ranidel De Ocampo||Forward||6 ft 6 in||37|
|Jammer Jamito||Forward||6 ft 5 in||28|
|John Pinto||Guard||5 ft 10 in||28|
|Gabby Espinas||Forward||6 ft 4 in||28|
For the past three seasons, the Philippine Cup seems that it’s not for the Bolts.
In the 2015-16 they only logged one victory, in the 2016-17 they had three and in the 2017-18 they got four.
All of those campaigns were an early exit for the All-Filipino conference.
Plus, if the rumored trade for Ray Parks Jr., will push through and the league officials will do something to bring the son of the great PBA import to play in the first conference from Alab Pilipinas.
If all of those scenarios will take place then we will see a different Meralco Bolts for the first time in the All-Filipino tournament.
They will instantly convert their squad from being a pushover to a legit contender.