As many of us know by now, Luis Rojas comes from one of the most respected families in the history of baseball. His brother is former Mets outfielder Moises Alou and of course that would make his father the former great manager Felipe Alou.
Rojas has told the media that he’s spoken to Felipe Alou about the challenges of managing a 60-game season as opposed to a full 162-game season.
They’ve compared it to managing in the Dominican Winter League due to the shorter season, where each game has greater value.
Alou has managed in parts of 14 seasons and .503 winning percentage in 2055 games.