Scott Bruce Rolen is an American former professional baseball third baseman. He played 17 seasons in Major League Baseball for four teams, the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Toronto Blue Jays, and Cincinnati Reds.
He is the eighteenth (18th) third Baseman voted for in all time. Scott Rolen has several awards to his credit in his journey of Baseball playing.
Scott Rolen Age: How old is Scott Rolen?
Scott Rolen the American Baseball player was born on 4th April 1975 in Evansville, Indiana, United States. He is 47 as of January 2023.
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Scott Rolen Education
Scott Rolen the top-notch American born Baseball player is a product of Jasper High School. The school belongs to the government. It can be located in Jasper, Indiana, US.
Scott Rolen Wife
Niki Warner is the heart beat of Scott Rolen the professional Baseball player from America. They tied the knot about two (2) decades now, that is in the year 2002.
|Name||Scott Bruce Rolen|
|Date of Birth||4th April 1975|
|Net Worth||$55 Million|
Scott Rolen Children
Scott Rolen is father of two (2) children. Their names are Raine Tyler Rolen and Finn Edward Rolen.
Scott Rolen Parents
Linda Rolen, mother, and his husband Ed Rolen, father are the parents of Scott Rolen the top Baseball player from Indiana, American.
Scott Rolen Siblings
Scott Rolen has two (2) siblings. Their names are Todd Rolen and Kristie Rolen.
Scott Rolen Net Worth
Scott Rolen has a net worth of $55 Million in estimation.
Why did Scott Rolen leave the Phillies?
Scott Rolen left Philles on claims and having issues with his manager. His claims was centered on management not trying hard enough to win including the frequent contention with manager Larry Bowa, Rolen. Based on the above reasons, he demanded a trade.
On July 29, 2002, Philadelphia traded he (Scott Rolen) and Doug Nickle to the St. Louis Cardinals for Plácido Polanco, Mike Timlin, and Bud Smith.
Fast forward on 25th September 2002, Scott Rolen was signed (eight-year, $90 million extension with the Cardinals).