“Multi-talented”: Rojas Fails To Re-sign With Doosan, Minor Contracts With Yankees

Jose Rojas (31), who failed to renew his contract with the Doosan Bears, signed a minor league contract with the New York Yankees.

The New York Post reported on the 19th (Korea Standard Time), “The Yankees signed a minor league contract with Rojas that included the right to invite the Major League spring camp.”헤라카지노

Rojas will receive an annual salary of $180,000 (about 240 million won) if he stays in the minor leagues and $750,000 (about 1 billion won) when he is promoted to the major leagues.

Rojas joined the KBO League last year after joining the Doosan Bears. He played in a total of 122 games and recorded a batting average of 0.253 19 home runs and 65 RBIs (on-base plus slugging) of 0.819. Rojas used Jamsil Stadium, the largest stadium in Korea, and hit nearly 20 home runs, but failed to get a high score due to ups and downs. Finally, Doosan decided to start anew with Henry Ramos, a former member of the Puerto Rican national team, in the 2024 season, and chose to say goodbye to Rojas at the same time.

Rojas made his big league debut with the Los Angeles Angels in 2021-22, batting .188 OPS 0.584 in a total of 83 games.

Through a minor league contract with the Yankees, he got a chance to re-enter the big league.

The New York Post said, “The Yankees continue to recruit versatile players. Rojas started as third baseman, second baseman, right fielder and left fielder in the big league, and was recognized for his versatility to some extent.”

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