Former MLB MVP
Career Highlights: A former MLB short stop, Jimmy Rollins spent 16 of his 18 seasons in the big leagues with the Philadelphia Phillies. He was a corner stone of their franchise and was a big part of why they won the 2008 World Series. He hit a leadoff homerun in both games four and five of the World Series to give the Phillies a little kick start. Rollins also played for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox for one season a piece. In addition to a World Series ring, he was the 2007 NL MVP, a three time All-Star, four time Gold Glove award winner and in 2007 he was the Silver Slugger award. In his career he has 2,455 hits, 936 RBI’s and 470 stolen bases.