Friday, January 21, 2011

ESPN Dominican Rojas Chose as best journalist



Dominican journalist based in Miami, Enrique Rojas, continues his career merits among the best journalists in the Major League Baseball.

According to a ranking made in the USA published on the website www.beyondtheboxscore.com, among American journalists who were notorious, Rojas was the sixth place and the only latin in the list of the most impressive firsts in relation unveiled to contracts for baseball players during the offseason.

Rojas, who lives in Orlando, Florida since 2005, impressed with his multifaceted talents and professionalism, which caused it to be included in ESPN The Worldwide Leader in Sports "on the staff of a radio program" Tenth Inning ".

He also began specializing in Espn.Deportes.com column that holds up to today, where he also talks through the virtual space with U.S. fans, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Mexico, Panama, Colombia and other countries that follow baseball .

Also, as an analyst of space "Baseball Tonight"and is from 2009 as a reporter for ESPN television transmissions in major league Sunday with Ernesto Jerez, Candido Maldonado and Guillermo Celis.


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