Dodgers shortstop found Miguel Rojas re-hired

Dodgers shortstop found Miguel Rojas re-hired


The LA Dodgers found a shortstop.

Local media, including “The Athletic,” “New York Post” and “USA Today,” reported on the 12th (Korea Standard Time) that the Dodgers will recruit Miguel Rojas (34) through a trade with the Miami Marlins.

Rojas made his big league debut with the Dodgers in 2014 and was traded to Miami in December of the same year. He later grew up as a starting shortstop in Miami. He recorded a batting average of 0.260 on-base percentage of 0.314 slugging percentage of 0.358 in 955 games.

Last season, he played 140 games and recorded a batting average of 0.236 on-base percentage of 0.283 slugging percentage of 0.323 6 home runs and 36 RBIs. The 2023 season is the last year of a two-year, $10 million contract.

Rojas will fill the shortstop vacancy created by Trey Turner’s departure. This is the position that the Dodgers were desperately looking for this offseason.

The Dodgers will give up infielder Jacob Amaya (25) on condition of receiving Rojas. As a designated player in the 11th round of the 2017 draft, he played 133 games in Double A and Triple A last season, recording a batting average of 0.261 on-base percentage of 0.369 slugging percentage of 0.427 17 home runs and 71 RBIs.

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