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CSN Washington Mar 24, 2015

Rollins says he couldn't be himself in Philly: 'L.A. loves a star'

Jimmy Rollins reflected on his time in Philadelphia in a recent interview, saying it wasn't "conducive to a superstar."
Orange County Register Mar 18, 2015
Kendrick feeling right at home alongside Rollins in Dodgers' infield

Kendrick feeling right at home alongside Rollins in Dodgers' infield

SURPRISE, Ariz. – It was 11 a.m. Tuesday, two hours before the Dodgers were to play the Texas Rangers here, 20 minutes away from their spring-training home, and Howie Kendrick and Jimmy Rollins had made plans to carpool. Kendrick was dressed and...

Jimmy Rollins looks ready to deliver in Dodgers' 7-2 win

Jimmy Rollins is 36 and can’t change that. He struck out 100 times in 538 at-bats last season, and he can’t change that, either.
Dodgers middle infielders Rollins, Kendrick compatible

Dodgers middle infielders Rollins, Kendrick compatible

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick are both just coming out of long-term relationships. Rollins spent 14 seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies turning double plays with second baseman Chase Utley. The two started 1,187 games...
New York Daily News Mar 5, 2015
Jimmy Rollins may have considered going to Mets, not Yankees

Jimmy Rollins may have considered going to Mets, not Yankees

Jimmy Rollins might have considered a move to Queens this winter, but there was no way the All-Star SS was approving a move to the Bronx.
River Ave. Blues Mar 5, 2015

Jimmy Rollins contradicts himself about willingness to join Yankees

Heading into the offseason, the Yankees had the daunting task of finding a new starting shortstop, something they hadn’t had to do in two decades. The free agent market had some possible solutions — none of them great — and the same was true of the trade market. Eventually Brian Cashman parted with Shane Greene [...] Jimmy Rollins contradicts himself about willingness to join Yankees is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Jimmy Rollins contradicts himself about willingness to join Yankees appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Express-Times Mar 5, 2015
Here's why Jimmy Rollins would've left Phillies for Mets, but not Yankees

Here's why Jimmy Rollins would've left Phillies for Mets, but not Yankees

The Mets were his No. 2 choice, although a distant one it seems. The Yankees, however, were never a possibility.
New York Post Mar 5, 2015

Why Jimmy Rollins contemplated trade to Mets, but not Yankees

The Mets and Yankees both had shortstop openings this offseason, but Jimmy Rollins was only interested in one of the New York teams. This past offseason, Rollins was traded to...
Express-Times Mar 4, 2015
Ex-Phillie Jimmy Rollins excited to return to leadoff spot for Los Angeles Dodgers

Ex-Phillie Jimmy Rollins excited to return to leadoff spot for Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodgers shortstop returns to the top of the batting order after dropping down in his final season with the Phillies in 2014.
Los Angeles Times Mar 3, 2015

Jimmy Rollins ready to start things off for Dodgers

If Jimmy Rollins is still learning his way around his new clubhouse, he will at least be familiar with his place in the Dodgers' lineup.
New Dodger Rollins likes what he sees from Puig

New Dodger Rollins likes what he sees from Puig

GLENDALE, Ariz. – If Jimmy Rollins is going to have the expected positive effect on the Dodgers’ new team chemistry, he is going to have to get to know its most combustible element. So, on the first day the full squad was in camp, Rollins struck...
Mets 360 Mar 3, 2015

Jimmy Rollins and the New York Mets

“The Mets had a chance to win the World Series last year. Last year is over. I think we are the team to beat in the NL East, finally. But, that’s only on paper.” That infamous (or famous depending on…Read more →Related Posts:Jimmy Rollins to the Mets would be insaneReexamining the 2007 MVP raceHow desperate are the Mets for a shortstop?Mets to do right thing when they honor Jose ReyesWhy Jed Lowrie is a good fit for the Mets
Rollins will be Dodgers' leading man

Rollins will be Dodgers' leading man

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The lineup for the Dodgers' Cactus League opener Wednesday against the Chicago White Sox was posted in the clubhouse Tuesday morning and newly-acquired shortstop Jimmy Rollins is batting leadoff – something Dodgers manager Don...
Los Angeles Times Mar 3, 2015

Jimmy Rollins to lead off for Dodgers in exhibition opener

Jimmy Rollins will lead off for the Dodgers in their Cactus League opener Wednesday against the Chicago White Sox.

Mattingly: Rollins will bat leadoff

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Jimmy Rollins will bat leadoff in Wednesday’s Cactus League opener against the Chicago White Sox and, according to manager Don Mattingly, he’ll probably be there Opening Day and for many games beyond that as well. “That’s the one guy we are pretty sure about, Jimmy is that leadoff guy,” Mattingly said. “We don’t truly have anyone else that fits in that role.” Rollins has started 1,456 major-league games as a leadoff hitter, the most among active players aside from Ichiro Suzuki.

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