Aaron Rowand was set to do an interview this week at U.S. Cellular Field, something he did hundreds of times with charismatic aplomb as a White Sox player. But first, Rowand had something to do.
July 07, 2016
Saturday morning, former White Sox outfielder Aaron Rowand got a phone call from his younger cousin in San Diego. Aaron calls him Jamie. The rest of the world
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June 08, 2016
James Shields might be the new guy in the White Sox clubhouse, but the starting pitcher already has some family history with the organization.The team's newest
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June 07, 2016
"You need to pad this, because I am going to kill myself on this thing,” former Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Aaron Rowand warned team executives about an exposed steel bar in deep center field at Citizens Bank Park. “I'll hit it. I promise." He was right.With the bases loaded and two outs in the top of the first inning against the New York Mets on May 11, 2006, Xavier Nady...
Aaron Rowand is back in baseball.The 38-year-old last appeared on a diamond in 2011 with the San Francisco Giants, but has joined the Chicago White Sox front office in a coordinator role:Rowand played parts of five seasons on the South Side, his last season being with the 2005 World Series squad.While Rowand wasn't the most talented or gifted guy on the field, he was often the smartest...
View image | gettyimages.com Three former Phillies found new work on Monday. One was a top-notch prospect who landed an ace. Another was the the return the Phillies got for an ace. And who does not love the center field ace who smashed his face for the Phillies. Kyle Drabek,...
CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago White Sox have hired 2005 championship team center fielder Aaron Rowand as minor-league outfield and base-running instructor. A fan favorite because of his aggressive play, which led to occasional collisions with the wall, he played five seasons with the White Sox and was a key figure on the team that won it all. Rowand hit .283 during his time in Chicago...
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View image | gettyimages.com The Phillies will welcome back some familiar faces this Spring Training. Regular instructors Mike Schmidt, Roy Halladay, Dave Hollins, and Greg Luzinski are set to return, as well as a couple new faces in camp. One of the "new" instructors will be World Series champion manager...
Posted to South Side HitmenAs you can see, former teammates Aaron Rowand, Jermaine Dye and A.J. Pierzynski have joined ‘The Big Hurt’ Frank Thomas in Cooperstown for his Hall of Fame induction this weekend. Not only that, apparently Rowand and Pierzynski have rented a house and getting after reliving the glory days. HOF Weekend is great enough, but when Aaron Rowand and AJ Pierzinski...
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