Former teammate Ryu Hyun-jin, 2-year contract extension as soon as he returns to the Dodgers after 9 years

The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a two-year contract extension with infielder Miguel Rojas (34).

‘Dodgers Nation’, which mainly delivers news about the Dodgers, said on the 5th (Korean time), “The Dodgers signed a two-year, $11 million contract extension with Rojas,” and “a club option for 2025 is included.”

The media also said, “The Dodgers acquired Rojas through a trade with Miami last month. Although the specific use plan is not known, we are looking forward to it as a power improvement factor.”

Rojas, who made his big league debut with the Dodgers in 2014, moved to Miami in December 2014. In the Dodgers, he often played as a backup rather than the main player due to lack of offensive power, but after moving to Miami, he established himself as the starting shortstop.

Until last year, he played in 955 big league games and recorded a batting average of 2.6 (734 hits in 2819 at-bats), 39 homers, 269 RBIs, 309 runs scored and 46 stolen bases. Having returned to the Dodgers through a trade last month, he is not an outstanding offensive player, but he is a strong defensive player.바카라

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