MIAMI – The Miami Marlins and shortstop Miguel Rojas have agreed to a new contract that will keep the 30-year-old in South Florida for at least the next two seasons.
Rojas inked a two-year contract with an additional year option that would take him through 2022. TheScore.com reports the two-year deal is worth $10.25 million.
Rojas has enjoyed one of the better hitting seasons of his career with a .285 batting average, 45 RBI and 27 doubles. The shortstop has also set a career high with 127 hits.
The RBI total is just eight shy of his career best 53. He also set a personal mark with six RBI in a single game in Arizona on Sept. 10.