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99-63 5-5 L2
92-70 7-3 W1
86-76 2-8 L5
83-79 4-6 L1
78-84 6-4 W3

2022 Batting

Batting Average
Home Runs
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On-base Plus Slugging
Stolen Bases
Regular Season .215 0 7 .591 4

Top Roman Quinn News

  • Roman Quinn: Enters free agency

    Quinn cleared outright waivers Thursday and became a free agent, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    Quinn played in 44 games between the Phillies and Rays in 2022 and posted a .215/.287/.304 slash line in 87 plate appearances. The light-hitting outfielder is unlikely to receive anything beyond minor-league offers on the open market.

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  • Rays' Roman Quinn: Kicks off rehab assignment

    Quinn (knee) began a rehab assignment Tuesday with Triple-A Durham and went 2-for-4 with a home run, a walk, four RBI and an additional run.

    He started in center field and played five innings on defense while turning in a big game at the dish in his first action at any level since Aug. 19. Given the length of his absence due to the left knee contusion, Quinn may stick with Durham for at least a couple more games before the Rays decide whether to bring him back from the 10-day injured list prior to the end of the regular season. The 29-year-old could make for an appealing bench piece for the Rays during the postseason due to his speed, defensive acumen and ability to hit from both sides of the plate.

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  • Rays' Roman Quinn: Close to rehab assignment

    Quinn (knee) is expected to begin a minor-league rehab assignment during the upcoming week, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    Quinn has been on the shelf since Aug. 20 with a left knee contusion. Once reinstated from the 10-day injured list, Quinn will likely serve as a short-side platoon outfielder for Tampa Bay.

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  • Rays' Roman Quinn: Out with knee bruise

    Quinn landed on the 10-day injured list with a left knee contusion Saturday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    The injury conveniently means the Rays can keep Quinn in the organization while creating space on the active roster for the return of Manuel Margot (knee). Quinn slashed .262/.340/.405 in 21 games for the Rays prior to the injury, but he also struck out 44.7 percent of the time.

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  • Rays' Roman Quinn: Back on bench against righty

    Quinn is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports.

    Though Quinn started in three of the Rays' past four games and temporarily had a clear path to the top spot on the depth chart in center field when Brett Phillips was designated for assignment, Tampa Bay immediately replaced Phillips on the 40-man roster and 26-man active roster with another outfielder in Jose Siri, who was acquired from Houston. During his brief time in the big leagues, Siri has shown more aptitude at the plate than the switch-hitting Quinn, a speed- and defense-oriented player who is better suited for a part-time role. Expect most of Quinn's starting opportunities to come against left-handed pitching moving forward while Siri, Randy Arozarena, David Peralta and Luke Raley all represent greater priorities for the Rays when the team faces righties.

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  • Rays' Roman Quinn: Productive start with new club

    Quinn went 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBI on Saturday against the Royals.

    Quinn signed with the Rays on Thursday and made his first start with the team Saturday, hitting ninth while playing right field. He delivered a two-RBI triple in the seventh inning to knot the game at three. Even with a number of outfielders currently sidelined in Tampa Bay, Quinn will likely find it difficult to remain in the starting lineup consistently.

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  • Rays' Roman Quinn: Signs with Rays

    Quinn signed a major-league contract with the Rays on Thursday, Neil Solondz of the Rays Radio Network reports.

    Quinn began the season with the Phillies and slashed just .162/.225/.189 with a double, eight runs, three RBI and four stolen bases over 23 games prior to electing free agency. He landed a minor-league deal with the Royals in early June but was let go Sunday. The 29-year-old will now have an opportunity in the majors after Harold Ramirez (thumb) was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday. However, Quinn will likely serve in a depth role in the outfield and has limited fantasy value given his lack of success in recent years.

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  • Roman Quinn: Let go by Royals

    The Royals released Quinn from his minor-league contract Sunday.

    Quinn's stint with Kansas City lasted just over a month after he signed with the organization June 9. He saw action in seven games for Triple-A Omaha, slashing .250/.406/.500 with two home runs and one stolen base across 32 plate appearances. The 29-year-old outfielder will presumably look to catch on with another organization on a minor-league deal.

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  • Royals' Roman Quinn: Lands minor-league contract

    Quinn signed a minor-league contract with the Royals on Thursday.

    Quinn elected free agency Sunday after being designated for assignment by the Phillies, and he'll report to Triple-A Omaha after signing a minor-league deal with Kansas City. The 29-year-old hit .162 with eight runs, three RBI and four stolen bases over 23 major-league games to begin the year.

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  • Roman Quinn: Elects free agency

    Quinn cleared waivers and elected to become a free agent Sunday.

    He could have accepted an outright assignment to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, but Quinn will instead look to continue his career with a different organization. The 29-year-old switch hitter debuted in the majors in 2016 and has played in only 201 games due to injuries and shaky performance, particularly over the last four seasons, during which he is slashing .200/.278/.315 in 340 plate appearances.

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  • Phillies' Roman Quinn: Dropped from 40-man roster

    The Phillies designated Quinn for assignment Wednesday.

    Philadelphia elected to prioritize middle-infield depth over outfield depth for its final available bench spot spot, so Quinn will cede his spot on the active roster to Nick Maton, who was called up from Triple-A Lehigh Valley in the wake of everyday second baseman Jean Segura (finger) landing on the injured list. Since Quinn doesn't have minor-league options remaining, the Phillies will have to expose him to waivers, but he'll stick in the organization and report to Lehigh Valley if he goes unclaimed. The speedy 29-year-old went 4-for-5 on stolen-base attempts after he was called up from the minors in late April, but he hit just .162 during his stint with the Phillies.

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  • Phillies' Roman Quinn: Gets another start vs. lefty

    Quinn will start in center field and bat ninth in Tuesday's game in Atlanta.

    With southpaw Max Fried on the mound for Atlanta, the switch-hitting Quinn will get the nod in center field over the lefty-hitting Odubel Herrera for the second game in a row. While lefty Tucker Davidson started for Atlanta on Monday in the Phillies' 7-3 win, Quinn went 1-for-3 with a double, a walk, two RBI and a run.

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  • Phillies' Roman Quinn: Steals base in loss

    Quinn registered a stolen base during Wednesday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers.

    Quinn entered the game for Kyle Schwarber as a pinch runner on first base in the bottom of the ninth inning. The 28-year-old stole second base, putting the winning run in scoring position, but Jean Segura was unable to bring him home. Quinn has appeared in six games since having his contract selected last week, and he's gone 2-for-7 with an RBI, two runs and three stolen bases.

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  • Phillies' Roman Quinn: Back with Philadelphia

    Quinn had his contract selected by the Phillies on Monday.

    Quinn inked a minor-league deal with the Phillies in early April after being let go by the Marlins, and he'll now join the big-league club. The 28-year-old was designated for assignment by Philadelphia in November but is back given the team's ongoing issues in center field. Odubel Herrera recently made his season debut after beginning the campaign on the injured list, while Matt Vierling has a .489 OPS through 37 plate appearances. Quinn saw limited action over the past few years while dealing with a plethora of injuries, and as a result his availability remains somewhat of a question mark despite currently being in good health.

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  • Phillies' Roman Quinn: Lands MiLB deal

    Quinn signed a minor-league contract with the Phillies on Saturday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.

    Quinn narrowly missed out on an Opening Day roster spot with the Marlins this spring before electing free agency. He appeared in 28 games with the Phillies last year and will report to Triple-A Lehigh Valley now that the minor-league season is underway.

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  • Marlins' Roman Quinn: Not expected to make team

    Quinn is not expected to make the Marlins' Opening Day roster, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    Quinn's ability to play center field could have convinced the Marlins to select his contract to keep him around in a bench role, but he didn't help his case this spring by going 1-for-12 at the plate with six strikeouts. His speed could help fantasy teams if he finds his way to playing time at some point this season, but he's a career .228/.306/.355 hitter, so that may not be particularly likely.

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  • Marlins' Roman Quinn: Gets start in center field Friday

    Quinn started in center field for the Marlins in Friday's Grapefruit League opener, batting ninth and going 0-for-1 with a hit by pitch and two runs scored.

    Miami currently doesn't have a clear starting center fielder on the roster, and while names like Michael Conforto and Bryan Reynolds have been mentioned as outside options, there is a path for Quinn to win a spot on the Opening Day roster and potentially see significant playing time if he has a strong camp and the club doesn't acquire a big name. The 28-year-old switch hitter is looking for a fresh start after managing a .228/.306/.355 slash line in 512 plate appearances over five seasons for the Phillies, but he did steal 39 bases in 47 attempts during that time and could be a source of late-round steals if he can win a role with the Marlins.

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  • Marlins' Roman Quinn: Partaking in workouts

    Quinn was among the Miami outfielders who was taking reps in center during Wednesday's team workout, signaling that he's made a full recovery after undergoing surgery last June to repair a ruptured left Achilles tendon, Christina De Nicola of reports.

    Quinn is attending big-league camp as a non-roster invitee after inking a minor-league deal with the Marlins earlier this month. A well-regarded prospect while he was coming up through the Phillies system, Quinn was often plagued by injuries during his tenure in Philadelphia before he was removed from the 40-man roster in November. He saw big-league action in five of the previous six seasons and found his most success on the basepaths, where he went 39 for 47 on stolen-base attempts.

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  • Marlins' Roman Quinn: Signs minor-league deal

    Quinn (Achilles) signed a minor-league contract with the Marlins on Saturday, Craig Mish of reports.

    Quinn underwent surgery in early June to repair a ruptured left Achilles tendon and was designated for assignment by the Phillies in late November. It's not yet clear whether he'll be ready for game action to begin the 2022 campaign, but he'll be invited to major-league spring training. Even if he joins the big-league club at some point in 2022, he'll likely serve in a depth role in the outfield.

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  • Phillies' Roman Quinn: Designated for assignment

    Quinn (Achilles) was designated for assignment by the Phillies on Monday.

    Quinn has plenty of speed but hasn't shown much else in parts of five major-league seasons, hitting .228/.306/.355 with 39 steals in 512 plate appearances. He's also battled far more than his fair share of injuries, most recently missing most of last season and potentially the start of the next due to a ruptured left Achilles tendon. It's possible he gets claimed off waivers by a team that intends to use him as a fourth or fifth outfielder, but he hasn't shown enough to suggest he deserves everyday at-bats.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 170 lbs
Birthplace: Port St. Joe, FL
Age: 29
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: S, R