Rojas, who played for Doosan, signed minor league contract with Yankees

Outfielder Jose Rojas (31), who played for the Doosan Bears in professional baseball last year, signed a minor league contract with the New York Yankees of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) and is seeking to return to the big league.헤라카지노주소

John Morosi, a reporter for MLB.COM, the official website of MLB, said on the 19th (Korea Standard Time) that the Yankees signed a minor league contract with Rojas. The contract included the right to invite MLB spring camp.

Even if Rojas is promoted to MLB, he will receive less annual salary than when he was paid 1 million dollars. According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Rojas will receive 180,000 dollars (about 200 million won) from the minor league and 750,000 dollars (about 1 billion won) when he is promoted to MLB.

Ahead of the competition, Rojas will try to return to the big leagues for the first time in two years. Rojas, who first joined the MLB with the Los Angeles Angels in 2021, recorded a batting average of 0.188 42 hits, six homers and 16 RBIs in 83 games over the past two years with an on-base plus slugging (OPS) of 0.584.

In the KBO League, he played in 122 games and recorded a batting average of 0.253 102 hits, 19 homers and 65 RBIs, with an OPS of 0.819. His batting average dropped to 0.120 due to difficulties in adapting himself to the beginning of the season, but he has shown a different performance in the second half. He has elevated his batting pace to post a batting average of 0.285 with nine homers and 32 hits.

In the postseason wild-card game with the NC Dinos, Doosan won a home run, but Doosan ended its game in a year. Doosan took the hands of new foreign hitter Henry Ramos, not Rojas.

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