Jimmy Rollins hasn't been the same player since his 2007 NL MVP year. He's struggled to stay on the field. Before 2008, Rollins played in 154-plus games in each of his first seven seasons. He's missed the 154-game plateau in two of the last three years. He played in 137 games in 2008, 155 in 2009, and 88 last season.
The great thing for the Phillies is that this is Rollins' contract year; money is motivation. Rollins is 32, so this could be his final opportunity to get a multi-year offer.
If he can stay on the field for 154-plus games, he will get paid.
Let's take a look at 10 contracts that Jimmy Rollins may be targeting.....