Carroll in the Mile High City

Jamey_carrollThe Colorado Rockies have signed utilityman Jamey Carroll to a two-year $4 million deal.

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"This gives you a bit more confidence — always knowing in the back of
your mind that you’re a part of the team and its plans," Carroll said.
"But, if anything this offseason, I’m going to work hard going into
next year, because I don’t want what I did last year to just be a freak

Carroll will most likely share the second base job with Kaz Matsui.

Carrol’s 2006 stats:

My thoughts: He shouldn’t share the job, he should start  in front of Barmes. Rockies got him cheap.

Mark Travis

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