The San Francisco Giants announced yesterday that 17-year MLB veteran Jimmy Rollins would not make the team’s final roster.
Rollins, who famously led the Philadelphia Phillies to its first World Series victory since 1980 after declaring them the team to beat. He is one of 8 players, and the only shortstop in the history of baseball, to hit 200 home runs, 500 doubles, and collect 400 steals.
Rollins won three Gold Gloves in his career and was named baseball’s MVP in 2007.
Rollins is reportedly contemplating retirement after hitting .125/.222/.250 with the Giants this spring.
Jimmy you will always be loved in Philly. 08 world champion.