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Watch Dodgers Shortstop Miguel Rojas Seamlessly Make Play in the Middle of an Interview

Miguel Rojas is a smooth operator at shortstop. Dodgers fans have seen it in the past in his first tour of duty with LA and now in his return, he’s been as good as ever on defense. When you watch the man they call Miggy Ro, it looks like the game is just too easy for him. So easy, in fact, he can just make tough plays in the middle of an interview.

Don’t believe me? Just watch.

Battling the shadows of an early evening game time at Dodger Stadium, Rojas glides to his left to secure a groundball and fires a strike to Freddie Freeman.

And in true Miggy Ro fashion, he apologized to the ESPN booth in the middle of making the play.

Rojas’s resugent season in the second half has been a big catalyst for the Dodgers’ hot play. And he’ll continue to be an important part of the club into and through the postseason.

Photo Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Clint Pasillas

Clint Pasillas has been writing, blogging, and podcasting about the Los Angeles Dodgers since 2008. He was there for Nomar, Greg Maddux, and Blake DeWitt, and he'll be there for Walker Buehler, Alex Verdugo, Bobby Miller, and any Dodgers of the future. Under Clint, Dodgers Nation has grown into one of the most read baseball sites in the world with millions of unique visitors per month. He's a golf enthusiast, an amateur wood worker, and a friend.

One Comment

  1. ESPN announcers don’t seem to be very interested in the actual game being played in front of them. A few times we weren’t informed of who was at bat nor the count etc. while they interviewed & the camera focused on players who weren’t even playing that day. Frustrated & disgusted, I finally turned off the sound during this latest ESPN broadcast. I prefer the announcers of the SNLA team. No interviews during the game and sharp analysis of the plays on the field. I wish the Dodgers would step up and decline to have their players interviewed during the game because the interviews are distracting to the players and certainly the audience.

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