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.
"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!
"Drive home safely!": When the Angels have a walk-off win.
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 Miami Marlins. His brother Mike Rojas is the bullpen coach for the Seattle Mariners.