Poll Results: How Long Until Jimmy Rollins Turns it Around?

Kevin McGuireSenior Analyst IMay 18, 2009

WASHINGTON - APRIL 13:  Jimmy Rollins #11 of the Philadelphia Phillies walks towards the infield after striking out against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park on April 13, 2009 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

The readers have voted, and according to you, Jimmy Rollins will break out of his rut by the end of May.

When tabulating the votes, 67 percent of you said Rollins will get his bat on track by the end of May. Some are believing that the All-Star Break is the target date, with 22 percent of the votes. The remaining 11 percent are a bit more pessimistic about Rollins' offense, believing that 2010 will be the start of the new Rollins.

Not one vote was cast for this past weekend. Of course, it is too early to declare this past weekend as Rollins' resurgence, but he did have three straight games with multiple hits and scored five runs. He also raised his batting average to .222. He is hitting .239 for the month of May, in which he predicted he would hit .400.

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