Angels Release Robb Quinlan

The Angels released Robb Quinlan, according to MLB.com’s Evan Drellich. Quinlan, 33, spent part of eight seasons with the Angels as a utility player, though he batted just 36 times in the big leagues this year. He spent most of the season at Triple A, where he posted a .258/.336/.305 line in 144 plate appearances.

Quinlan drew interest from the Twins, Rockies and Dodgers last winter, before signing with the Angels in February. As usual, he played all four corner positions in 2010. Earlier today, the Angels released another veteran role player, Brian Stokes.


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17 Comments on "Angels Release Robb Quinlan"


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Tko11
4 years 9 months ago

Thats nice

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Juicebox
4 years 9 months ago

Hallelujah

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Juicebox
4 years 9 months ago

Hallelujah

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4 years 9 months ago

Sosh is going to cry himself to sleep tonight….after he eats a whole pan of lasagna first, of course. What a crappy year to be a Halos fan.

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BK
4 years 9 months ago

Amen man. Amen!

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bjsguess
4 years 9 months ago

Shouldn’t have been signed in the first place. Unfortunately, the Angels are realizing all of their mistakes about 4 months too late.

What a complete disaster of a season.