Posted March 27, 2012 on rockies.scout.com
PLAYERS: Casey Blake
TEAMS: Colorado Rockies
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The Colorado Rockies announced this afternoon that the club has unconditionally released third basemen Casey Blake. The release comes after the 37-year-old hit a porous 3-for-20 with seven strike outs and struggled to stay on the field. Blake hit .249/.327/.397 with 21 home runs and 188 strike outs over the past two years. 
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