Found December 07, 2011 on
Buzz On Broad:
It looks like Jimmy Rollins is going to remain a member of the Phillies.
According to Bob Brookover of Philly.com, the Phillies are meeting with Jimmy Rollins as we speak, and could have a deal done by the end of the night.
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After a few days of talking at the Winter Meetings between the Phillies brass and Jimmy Rollins agent, Dan Lozano, it appears the two sides could be getting closer to reaching a new contract agreement.Chris Singleton of ESPN has been in Dallas this entire week and tweets today that a source within the Phillies organization tells him there are some encouraging signs pointing to a...
With the baseball free agency period in full swing, the Phillies are busy talking to players and making moves to improve the ballclub for the 2012 season. One of the big decisions the team has to make in the coming weeks concerns the future of shortstop Jimmy Rollins.
Currently a free agent, Rollins has been said [...]
It sounded Monday afternoon at the Winter Meetings like talks between the Phillies and Jimmy Rollins had stalled, but the tone changed Tuesday after a meeting Monday night.
The Phillies and Jimmy Rollins made progress this week on a new contract, so much so that nearly everybody at the Winter Meetings said they expect Rollins to remain in Philadelphia. But things changed Thursday. Albert Pujols is leaving the Cardinals for the Angels,, which means the Cardinals suddenly have some money to spend.
Yesterday morning, one of the biggest names on this year’s free agent market signed a lucrative deal, shocking many. Albert Pujols and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim agreed to a 10 year, $250 million deal. With Pujols now a Halo, the Cardinals have listed Lance Berkman as their new first baseman. Although, Pujols’ position on the field has been filled, the money that was saved...