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25. Miguel Rojas

Miguel Rojas first made it to the Majors with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014, playing a year there before he was traded to the Marlins.

In Rojas' first three years with Miami was primarily spent off of the bench.  Playing most of his games at Shortstop, Rojas could easily be slotted into any other infield position, logging significant time at First, Second, and Third.  Still, a Marlin as of this writing, Rojas has been a starter the last four years, and though he is light-hitting, his defensive skills make him an asset.

He enters 2022 with a .271 Batting Average and four Hits shy of 600.

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