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2012 MLB Baseball 10k Gold Detroit Tigers American League Champions Ring



Gender: Mens

Condition: Great

Material: 10k White & Yellow Gold


150 Round Cut Diamonds 116 x .02 = Approx 3 TCW

15 Round Cut Diamonds 15 x .03 = Approx .50 TCW

4 Princase Cut Diamonds 4 x .12 = Approx .50 TCW

11 Round Cut Diamonds 11 x .05 = Approx .55 TCW

Total Diamond Carat Weight = Approx 4.5 TCW

Size: 14.5

Weight: 62.8 Grams

Stamped: 10k, JOSTENS

This Is 100% authentic Miguel Angel Rojas “Mike Rojas” American League Championship Ring. After managing in the farm systems of the Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros and Chicago White Sox, Rojas joined the Detroit Tigers’ organization in 2004. He piloted teams at the Short Season-A, Class A and Triple-A levels. He skippered the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens in 2007, the first of his two, one-year stints in that job, and led the club to an 82–61 win-loss record and a playoff berth. However, Toledo was eliminated in the first round by the Durham Bulls. Rojas then became field coordinator for the Detroit farm system in 2008 and, later, director of player development. He was named Detroit’s MLB bullpen coach on July 3, 2011, when his predecessor, Jeff Jones, was promoted to Detroit’s pitching coach position. Working under manager Jim Leyland, he served in that post until the end of the 2013 season. When Leyland retired, Rojas followed coaching colleague Lloyd McClendon to the Seattle Mariners, serving as the Mariners’ bullpen coach in 2014 and 2015. On November 3, 2016, Rojas was named the manager of the Toledo Mud Hens for the second time. In 2017, a decade after his original Toledo assignment, he managed the Hens to a 70–71 record and a third place finish in the International League’s West Division. On March 7, 2017, Rojas was named the manager of the Leones del Caracas, for the 2017–2018 season. In 2018, Rojas will spend his first season as a member of the Kansas City Royals’ organization as their Double-A manager; his father, Cookie, appeared in 880 games for the Royals between 1970 and 1977, and made four American League All-Star teams as a second baseman.

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