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Aaron Rowand Highlights (Video)

On Aaron Rowand's birthday, YouTube user CheAtBoy112233 posts video of Rowand's highlights. Play Our Fantasy Game Today and Try Your Hand at Winning $250 for FREE
Via The Baseball Page
August 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Aaron Rowand gets a custom chopper bike from American Chopper

Here is a video of former San Francisco Giant Aaron Rowand on the TV show "American Chopper." Rowand says he plays baseball for the Miami Marlins but he was released before the season started.I guess this is how Rowand is spending some of  the $12 million that he is owed this year by the Giants. It must be nice to make that much money for doing nothing.The Giants released...
Via D Wizzle's World
April 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Former MLBer appears on 'American Chopper'

Former Giants, Phillies, and White Sox outfielder Aaron Rowand is getting a custom chopper and is being featured on the Discovery TV show American Chopper. The trailer, released today on Discovery's Youtube channel, features Rowand visiting the shop and discussing what he wants his custom bike to look like. Hilariously, Rowand introduces himself as a professional baseball player...
Via The Outside Corner
April 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Marlins release outfielder Aaron Rowand

The Miami Marlins have released outfielder Aaron Rowand according to Joe Frisaro of The Marlins signed him back in December 2011. Rowand hit .233/.274/.347 with 4 HR's and 21 RBI's in 331 AB's with the Giants in 2011 before he was released in September. The 34-year old is a career .273/.330/.435 hitter with 136 HR's and 536 RBI's in 4374 AB's throughout...
Via PRO Rumors
March 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Aaron Rowand bad mouths Giants, makes excuses

What’s up with all the Giants-bashing going on these days from the disgruntled and bitter members of San Francisco’s discard pile? <a title="22gigantes: "Is <a target=" href="" target="_blank">Last week, it was Cody Ross telling reporters how much better it is in...
Via 22gigantes
February 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Aaron Rowand Returns to the NL East

Aaron Rowand has started his path back the NL East as he just signed a minor league deal with the Miami Marlins. (Just saying that if was a minor league deal he wanted, I would have totally done that) Anyway, Rowand was cut last year by the Giants after hitting .233. He has one year left on his contract and the Giants still owe him 12 million for the upcoming season (minus the major...
Via 213 Miles From Shea
December 19, 2011  |  Discuss

OF Rowand signs minor league contract with Marlins

Veteran Aaron Rowand has signed a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and will contend for a job as a backup outfielder. The 34-year-old Rowand hit .233 with four homers in 108 games for San Francisco last season. His best year was in 2007, when he hit .309 with 27 homers and 89 RBIs as an All-Star for Philadelphia. If Rowand is added to the 40-man roster, he'll receive...
Via AP on Fox
December 12, 2011  |  Discuss

Could A Creative CF Solution Include Aaron Rowand?

Aaron Rowand was released by the Giants and is looking for a job right now. If he could be signed for a very cheap price, he could provide an interesting solution to our OF problems. Pagan right now is the question mark in the outfield. A possibly solution, if the market is right, would be to go through the arbitration process with Pagan and trade him for 5 million dollars worth...
Via 213 Miles From Shea
December 06, 2011  |  Discuss

Phils Say No To Rowand

In one of my favorite tweets of the day for the way it was phrased, Danny Knobler of CBSSports reported that the Phillies were uninterested in giving former centerfielder, Aaron Rowand, a major league deal.Here is the direct quote: “Aaron Rowand, released by Giants, is looking for a big-league job. Phillies said no.”I can just picture the conversation.Ring, ring…Ruben Amaro...
Via Phillies Nation
December 06, 2011  |  Discuss

2011 Season in Review: Aaron Rowand

Few players in franchise history have put together a greater showing of futility than Aaron Rowand in 2011 — and during his tenure as a whole, for that matter. In 2010, Rowand had hit .230/.281/.378, effectively losing his starting job — and setting an extremely low bar of performance standards. Yet somehow Rowand managed to put up even worse numbers this season: .233/.274/.347...
Via SF Giants Nirvana
November 07, 2011  |  Discuss
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