Scott Rolen

Cincinnati Reds #27 - Third Base

  • Born: 04/04/75
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 245

Requiem for Number 51

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Jonathan Vilma's time in New Orleans comes to end. What is his legacy as a Saint?

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How many big bats does it take to win?

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How they do it in Cincinnati, on the basepaths

The Reds are laggards when it comes to stealing bases. But are they bad baserunners?

This Day in History: A Buddy Bell retrospective

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On this day in Reds history, Cincinnati acquired Buddy Bell.

Low Level Prospect Review: Maikel Franco

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After a tremendous first half of the season, Phillies' prospect Maikel Franco is shooting up prospect lists. Where did he come from and just how good can he be?

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Nolan Arenado: An extra month could cost a year

The Rockies (and Ken Rosenthal) enjoy a moment of irrational exuberance about a prospect, but service-time issues trump any reasonable rationale for having him in the lineup on Opening Day.

Lee spurns Yankees

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The veteran first baseman has turned down Brian Cashman's offer to play in the Bronx.

Ben Francisco Has Two Arms and Two Legs

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And if he had wheels he'd be a wagon.

Cashman: Not optimistic about D-Lee

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New York has been trying to reel a few players out of retirement this week, but have not had much luck so far.

Yanks eyeing Rolen, Chipper?

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In their search for a replacement middle infielder, the Yankees have called veteran third basemen Chipper Jones and Scott Rolen.

More Yankee options

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Buster Olney speculates that New York could target Don Kelly or Russ Canzler as fill ins for the injured Mark Teixeira.

Anything's possible for Yanks

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The New York Yankees are on the hunt for a corner infielder, and Ken Davidoff of The New York Post says "anything is possible at this point."

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