The possibility that Jimmy Rollins won't wear red pinstripes again hasn't crossed his mind.
The 2007 NL MVP and three-time All-Star shortstop is headed toward free agency for the first time, and he wants to return to the Philadelphia Phillies. The team wants him back.
But those mutual feelings are no guarantee Rollins will be here next year.
''I look good in red, I think,'' Rollins said Tuesday. ''You go back to when I got drafted, I didn't know much about the Phillies. But when I put that hat on, looking at those first pictures when I got drafted, holding a bat, you know, and a Phillies T-shirt on, it started to look real good on me. I think I've worn it pretty well over the years. I really haven't thought about putting on any other colors other than the red-and-white pinstripes.''
Rollins, who turns 33 next month, has spent his entire career in Philadelphia after being selected in the second round of the 1996 amateur draft.
He has been the heart and soul of a team that has wo...