Carlos Ruiz

Philadelphia Phillies #51 - Catcher

  • Born: 01/22/79
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 205
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Phillies 70 246 30 67 19 1 2 16 32 36 3 1 .272 .375 .382

Rollins and Ruiz Have Earned Our Votes

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Jimmy Rollins and Carlos Ruiz are among the best at their positions so far this year -- they've earned our support in getting to the All-Star Game.

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Home plate collision rule causes confusion

Hanley Ramirez was thrown out at the plate on a play the Dodgers felt that Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz blocked home plate before he had the ball, but the out call was withheld after replay on...

Wilson's struggles continue

Wilson has allowed runs in three of his six outings this season, and took the loss Thursday night at Dodger Stadium.

The Western District Way - Phillies 7, Dodgers 0

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Collect bodies, split heads. Split 'em wide. The Western District way. A'ight.

Ryan Braun's Homer Seige Not Powered By Spite

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No, your boos did not fuel Ryan Braun.

The future of the Philadelphia Phillies

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The Phillies are a spitting image of the Astros in 2010. Will they follow the revolutionary path that Houston has gone down?

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MLB players talk PED usage in anonymous poll

A recent poll of 143 MLB players by ESPN demonstrated that PED use might still be fairly prevalent across Major League Baseball.

Saltalamacchia, Marlins sign reasonable deal

The Miami Marlins have signed free agent catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to a reasonable three-year, $21 million contract that will cover the team's present situation at catcher as well as parts of...

Daily Red Sox Links: Middlebrooks, Ross, McCann

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Today's links look at the patience being displayed by the Red Sox front office, a possible bounce-back year for Will Middlebrooks, and the Hall of Fame ballot.

Robinson Cano free agency: He's right to overreach

Cano and his representatives have set a high salary bar to get his signature on a contract, but while he may ultimately be thwarted in his quest for $300 million, he's right to try and get it.

Daily Red Sox Links: Nava, Young, Saltamacchia

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Today's edition includes stories on Daniel Nava being a MVP, how Chris Young to Boston is a nice match, and the most bias MVP writers.

Terrerobytes: Real live signings

Carlos Ruiz is the first catcher to sign, plus: Scott Boras has lofty demands, interesting old video, and more news of note

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