Juan Castro is Filling in Nicely

Everything was going well for Jimmy Rollins. He was batting .391 with a home run. His improved patience led to an increased number of walks, and a .516 on-base percentage. His extra base hits gave him a .739 slugging percentage. Once he got on base, he scored. He was red hot. The last thing we all wanted to see was for him to get hurt. But it happened. Rollins landed on the disabled...
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April 24, 2010  |  Discuss

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