WASHINGTON -- "It's more important to be a good person than a good player." That is the adage Marlins shortstop Miguel Rojas lives by. For the second straight year, he was named the club's nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. Baseball’s most prestigious individual honor annually recognizes a Major League player who best represents the game through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field. It's fitting, because Rojas tries to emulate the Puerto-Rican-born Hall of Famer's life and legacy.