Phillies Release Robb Quinlan

The Phillies granted Robb Quinlan his release after he asked for it, according to's Todd Zolecki (on Twitter). They signed Quinlan to a minor league deal in December.

The eight-year veteran has spent his entire MLB career with the Angels as a backup at the corner infield and outfield positions. He has a .276/.322/.401 career line, but fell off to .121/.171/.182 last year and the Angels released him.

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7 Comments on "Phillies Release Robb Quinlan"

4 years 5 months ago

Wonder what the reason is? Thought he would make a decent replacement if Howard were to go down.

4 years 5 months ago

I think they’re already filling a possible 1B slot with Gload/Mayberry/platoon (Mayberry was a 1B all through college, moved to OF in the bigs but they’ve been playing him at 1B this spring)

4 years 5 months ago

Doesn’t want to go to the minors and he had no shot at the big league roster.

4 years 5 months ago

It’s off to the Pirates for Quinlan. Then DFA. Then “retire.”

4 years 5 months ago

Saw Quinlan play for the Bee’s last season, and found out he was the 2002 PCL MVP!

4 years 5 months ago

So much for a 2011 Phillies Championship..

4 years 5 months ago

Rizzotti is ahead on the depth chart. The Rizz just keeps on mashing.