It is still unclear what the Phillies acquired in the deal, and FoxSports.com has reported a third team could be involved in the deal.
The only trade that matters today, however, is the deal that sends Rollins, a 2007 NL MVP and the club’s all-time hits leader to the West Coast.
Rollins hit .243 with 17 home runs, 55 RBIs and 28 stolen bases last season, and has been declining in production since that MVP season in 2007.
The veteran shortstop finishes his Phillies career with a .267 average, 216 home runs, 887 RBIs and 2,306 hits.
So with the longest tenured athlete in Philadelphia pro sports now (reportedly) gone, lets hear your favorite and/or most pissed off Rollins moments.
By: Kyle Babcock
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