Miguel Rojas: Miami Marlins 'not Bottom Feeders anymore, we're not going to be there'

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Tobin and Leroy spoke with Miami Marlins shortstop Miguel Rojas about his constant improvement, his leadership, Adam Duvall being added to the lineup, the young prospects taking the next step, working out with Miguel Cabrera, and why he doesn't want the Marlins to be "Bottom Feeders" anymore.

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When asked about everyone picking the Marlins last this season, even with last year's playoff berth, Rojas shared displeasure.

"Personally, I don't like," the shortstop said. "There's nothing I can do but go to the field and prove everyone wrong."

Last year the team used the term "bottom feeders" as a rallying nickname after a charlatan Phillies TV analysts referred to the Fish by that term. Rojas says this is a new era.

"We're not bottom feeders anymore," said Rojas. "They keep picking us to be last and we're not going to be there."