Los Angeles Dodgers extend contract extension with veteran infielder Rojas

The Los Angeles Dodgers of the American Major League (MLB) have signed an extension contract with infielder Miguel Rojas (34), whom they recruited last month.

The Dodgers announced today (5th) that they have signed a 1+1 year contract extension with Rojas.

Rojas is guaranteed a salary of $5 million in 2024.

In 2025, a $5 million annual salary team option and $1 million buyout clause were included.

The Dodgers acquired Rojas through a trade when Trey Turner, who played a key shortstop for the Philadelphia Phillies, moved to the Philadelphia Phillies in January.

Rojas played for the Dodgers in 2014 and played an active role in the Miami Marlins from 2015 to 2022 as a stable defensive force. 먹튀검증

Rojas said at the Fan Fest event that day, “I hit his first hit and home run since his big league debut with the Dodgers,” and said, “I will live up to expectations as I get a great opportunity again.”

“Recently I’ve been teeing off and will be able to handle spring training normally,” said Rojas, who is recovering from two wrist surgeries this winter.

Rojas is expected to serve as a utility resource for the new season, with Gavin Lux taking over as the starting shortstop.

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts recently revealed that “Rojas can be assigned shortstop, second base, third base, as well as left field defense.”

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