Rojas was the first personality to appear on camera when MLB Network launched on January 1, 2009, serving as the first host on Hot Stove (the Network's off-season studio show). Along with Hot Stove, he appeared on MLB Tonight, the network's signature nightly studio program. Rojas also called play-by-play for some of MLB Network's Thursday Night Baseball telecasts.
"Oppo taco": opposite field home run, which Rojas invented
"Three-Run Jimmy Jack": Three run home run by the Angels
"Forget about it (or that one). Big fly for [player]": When a hit is deep enough for a home run
"Light that baby up!": The call at the final out of an Angels win, referring to the halo on the 230-foot tall A outside of Angel Stadium that lights up when the Angels win. Example: When pitcher Jered Weaver hurled his first career no-hitter, Rojas used his call:
Casilla lifts one out toward right, Torii Hunter giving chase, still going back, Jered Weaver has no-hit the Minnesota Twins! Light that baby up!
He is currently married with three children Brianna, Mattingly, and Tyler. His father Cookie Rojas was an MLB player for 15 seasons and a manager for two, and is also in broadcasting, he does Spanish TV color commentary for the Florida Marlins. His brother Mike Rojas is the bullpen coach for the Seattle Mariners.