Rojas is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Dodgers. Rojas will take a seat after he went 6-for-23 with two doubles, two walks, a stolen base and four runs while starting the past six games. Josh VanMeter will fill in for Rojas at second base and as the Diamondbacks' leadoff man.
Rojas went 3-for-5 and scored two runs in Tuesday's loss to San Francisco. As has been the case often of late, Rojas hit out of the leadoff spot and successfully set the table by registering three singles. He came around to score twice in the first two innings. Since moving to the top of the lineup May 26, he is hitting only .211 but has drilled four homers, collected eight RBI and scored 10 runs over 19 games.
Rojas is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Angels. After turning in his second two-homer game in as many Saturdays, Rojas will retreat to the bench for the series finale in what's likely just a routine rest day. Since settling in as Arizona's primary leadoff man May 26, Rojas is hitting .194 and getting on base at a .275 clip. He doesn't appear at risk of losing hold of a full-time role, though Rojas could end up settling lower in the Arizona lineup more frequently.
Rojas went 2-for-5 with a pair of solo homers in Saturday's loss to the Angels. Rojas was the star of the show offensively for Arizona in the loss, going deep in the seventh and ninth innings. It was the second two-homer game of the month for the utility man, though he is batting only .184 (7-for-38) overall in June. Rojas ranks second on the team with nine homers on the campaign, though he has knocked in only 20 runs.
Rojas went 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored in Friday's 6-5 extra-inning loss to the Angels. Rojas' streaky season continues. The utility player entered the night batting .086 (3-for-35) over the previous 10 games. He's experienced vast stretches of peaks and valleys, batting .200 in April, .320 in May, and .152 thus far in June.