Angels To Re-Sign Robb Quinlan

The Angels agreed to re-sign Robb Quinlan to a minor league deal, tweets's Lyle Spencer. The utility man, who turns 33 next month, hit .243/.275/.339 in 120 plate appearances for the Angels last year. Quinlan player all four corner positions for the Angels last year and figures to play a similar role if he makes the club again.

The Rockies, Twins and Dodgers had some interest in Quinlan this offseason.

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  1. Guest 5 years ago

    You know, it’s funny. I was just thinking today that Robb Quinlan needs to be signed. The guy mashes lefties and could spell Kendry, Brandon Wood, and Godzilla. The guy is versatile. He can also play the Outfield.

  2. Tom R 5 years ago

    I was hoping this wouldn’t happen. Scioscia has a serious man-crush on Quinlan.

  3. Suzysman 5 years ago

    “Angels To Re-Sign Robb Quinlan”

    Why? They know first hand how horrific a hitter he is.

    Must be a loyalty thing.

    • Guest 5 years ago

      versatility. Okay Defense. Not terrible against lefties.

      • Suzysman 5 years ago

        V. Lefties:

        .257/.286/.365/.651 – 2009
        .282/.329/.321/.650 – 2008
        .269/.313/.378/.691 – 2007

        That is terrible, just not quite as pitiful as his numbers against righties.

        As far as versatility? Fielding multiple positions poorly with sub-700 OPS marks will always equal worthless.

        • Guest 5 years ago

          Well I think Mike Scoisia has condifence in his defense.

          • Guest 5 years ago

            Hes on the club because Mike Scioscia is insane.

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  5. mongoose2727 5 years ago

    Robb Quinlan aka Lottery Winner, dude looks like the guy who had the winning ticket and got to be apart of the team for a game. Worthless, he’s the new Orlando Palmero from the mid-late 90’s Angels.

  6. bjsguess 5 years ago

    I’ve liked Quinlan as a fan but he just doesn’t cut the mustard. Angels need someone else that can play that role.

  7. rockiesfan_303 5 years ago

    Low risk to bring back a player they are familiar with and can play all the positions off the bench.

  8. Thurman8er 5 years ago

    I’ve always had a hunch that Quinlan reminds Mike Scioscia of a young Mike Scioscia. The biggest surprise as far as I’m concerned is that he never tried to convert Q to a catcher. At least, to my knowledge.

    • Obscurity 5 years ago

      Quinlan was a Catcher in (HS/College). He can play catcher, and he was the emergency catcher on the roster.

  9. cookmeister 5 years ago

    Scioscia’s man crush is back. i was hoping the angels would sign Erstad maybe but i dont know what kind of defense he can play anymore. and its a minor league deal so its not like he is guaranteed a spot or making big bucks

  10. mongoose2727 5 years ago

    As a Angels fan I would love to see Erstad back with the halos. If nothing else he could mentor kendry on his defensive skills. Also could be a good late inning defensive replacement for kendry through out the season.

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