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Miguel Rojas Reacts to Unbelievable MLB Record He’s Set With Dodgers

Is there a good luck charm better than Los Angeles Dodgers’ Miguel Rojas?

During Monday’s game against the Chicago White Sox, the Dodgers extended their incredible record of winning every game this season in which Rojas records at least one hit. The Dodgers are currently 23-0 when Rojas has at least one hit in a game, which is the longest streak in MLB history going back to 1900. The previous record was 20 straight wins by the Tampa Bay Rays in every game Carlos Peña had a hit back in 2010, but Rojas’ streak has gone on longer, via Sarah Langs.

“Like I told you the other day, all I’m trying to do is do my part and help the team,” Rojas said, via AM 570 LA Sports. “If this streak is gonna be alive, we want to continue to do it. Every time I get ahead, I feel like we got a guaranteed W. Hopefully we can ride this out and make it 40-0.”

On Monday, Rojas recorded two hits and one walk as the Boys in Blue rolled to a 3-0 win on the road. He was hitless in their 4-3 win on Tuesday.

Overall this season, Rojas is slashing .277/.322/.431 with 38 hits, 19 runs, three home runs, and 15 RBIs. The veteran 35-year-old has a hit in 23 of the 50 games he’s played this season.

Rojas has had to step up recently, with Dodgers shortstop Mookie Betts sustaining a hand fracture that will keep him out for the foreseeable future.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Hui-USA TODAY Sports

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Eva Geitheim

Eva graduated from UCLA in 2023 with a bachelor's degree in Communication. She has been covering college and professional sports since 2022.

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