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47 Leo Rosales RP
Height/Weight: 6-1/205 | Birthdate: 5/28/1981 | Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Arizona | College: Cal State-Northridge | MLB Experience: 3
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RP Rosales activated from DL


(9/1/2010) The D-Backs recalled infielders Tony Abreu and Brandon Allen along with right-hander Carlos Rosa and reinstated right-hander Leo Rosales (ankle) from the 60-day DL on Wednesday. "It's been a long time coming," Rosales told MLB.com of getting back to the active roster. "But it feels great. I'm going to try and do my best this month ... and finish strong."

Rosales begins Triple-A rehab


(8/18/2010) Diamondbacks reliever Leo Rosales (ankle) threw a scoreless inning of relief Tuesday for Triple-A Reno as part of his rehab assignment. He struck out one batter without allowing a baserunner. He has been on the 15-day DL since April 29 with a stress fracture in his right ankle. Tuesday marked his first Triple-A appearance.

Rosales finally going to minors for rehab


(8/13/2010) MLB.com reports Diamondbacks RP Leo Rosales, who has been on the 15-day DL since April 29 with a stress fracture in his right ankle, will head out on a rehab assignment on Tuesday. "It's about time," Rosales said about getting out on his rehab assignment. "It's been a long time, it was worrying me a little bit. It's feels good now, my arm feels great. The training staff got me ready, they're great."

Rosales has rehab mapped out


(8/3/2010) Diamondbacks RP Leo Rosales (foot) has his rehab mapped out. He will throw throw two more bullpen sessions this week, face live batters on Aug. 11 and if all goes well, will head out on a minor-league rehab assignment the following weekend. "My legs aren't game-ready yet," Rosales told MLB.com.

Rosales hopes to begin rehab soon


(7/21/2010) Arizona RP Leo Rosales, who is recovering from a stress fracture in his right ankle, hopes to begin a rehab assignment in August, reports MLB.com. "They're taking precautions, I guess," Rosales said. "I'm not too sure; I'm just doing what they tell me to do. ... We're just taking it step by step. I'm not trying to rush it." Rosales said his arm feels fine, but he needs to strengthen his his right ankle and leg. "It's a big key for pitching," Rosales said, "especially for me, because I use it to drive, use it to drive off the mound."

Rosales sheds walking boot


(6/23/2010) The Arizona Republic reports Leo Rosales (foot surgery) has shed his walking boot. "I've been throwing," said Rosales, who hopes to return in July. "My arm feels strong with the program I'm doing. It's a matter of waiting on the ankle and my right leg to strengthen up."

Rosales begins throwing fastballs


(5/23/2010) According to MLB.com, Arizona RP Leo Rosales has been throwing fastballs at 60 to 70 feet with his leg propped up on a stool. Rosales, who has missed the Diamondbacks last 23 games, has been instructed to completely rest his ankle. He said he will be re-evaluated on June 1 but suspects he will need a couple of bullpen sessions and rehab appearances before being ready to return.

Rosales needs foot surgery


(5/5/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: RHP Leo Rosales (right foot) has been diagnosed with a stress fracture and will undergo surgery, which is expected to sideline him for at least two months, likely more. Rosales first felt the injury April 18, four days after beating his home town Dodgers with two innings of scoreless relief, but wanted to pitch through it. Rosales was placed on the DL on April 29, a day after it was obvious something was amiss when he gave up six hits and seven runs in 1 1/3 innings of emergency relief.

D-Backs' Rosales moved to 60-day DL


(5/2/2010) Diamondbacks reliever Leo Rosales was moved to the 60-day DL on Thursday with a foot injury.

Rosales lands on 15-day DL


(4/29/2010) Diamondbacks reliever Leo Rosales was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday with a foot injury. He was scheduled to see a specialist on Friday. Daniel Stange was called up to take his spot on the 25-man roster.

Arizona keeping Rosales around


(4/3/2010) Right-handed relievers Esmerling Vasquez and Leo Rosales were named to the Diamondbacks' roster on Friday.

Rosales showing increased velocity


(2/21/2010) The Arizona Republic reports that Diamondbacks RP Leo Rosales was throwing 92-94 mph, even hitting 95 mph, while pitching in Mexico during the winter. His average fastball last season was 89.5 mph.

Rosales hung with relief loss


(9/2/2009) Leo Rosales (1-1) took the loss Tuesday, giving up one run and two hits in one-third of an inning. He also walked two.

Rosales called back up by Arizona


(7/11/2009) The Diamondbacks have recalled right-handed reliever Leo Rosales from Triple-A Reno. In a corresponding move, the Diamondbacks optioned lefty Doug Slaten to Reno. Slaten had a 7.11 ERA in 17 games.

D-Backs send Rosales to minors


(6/30/2009) First baseman Chad Tracy has rejoined the Diamondbacks for the start of their series against the Reds. The Diamondbacks activated Tracy off the DL on Tuesday and optioned reliever Leo Rosales to Triple-A Reno. Tracy missed 27 games with strained muscles in his right side. He was batting .203 with four homers and 17 RBI when he got hurt. Rosales went 1-0 in 11 relief appearances with a 5.40 earned run average.

Rosales called up by Arizona


(6/27/2009) MLB.com reports that Leo Rosales was recalled from Triple-A Reno and ready to play on Saturday against the Angels. It is his second stint with the club this season. Billy Buckner was sent down by Arizona to make room for him.

Rosales back down in minors


(6/14/2009) The Arizona Diamondbacks sent reliever Leo Rosales to the minors last Tuesday.

D-backs recall Rosales


(5/4/2009) The Arizona Diamondbacks placed reliever Tom Gordon on the 15-day disabled list Monday because of a left hamstring strain and recalled right-hander Leo Rosales from Triple-A Reno.

D-Backs cut two from spring roster


(4/1/2009) The Arizona Diamondbacks sent Leo Rosales and Bobby Korecky to the minors Wednesday

Rosales, Korecky sent to minors


(3/31/2009) Arizona reliever Billy Buckner made the team on Tuesday as the Diamondbacks optioned pitchers Leo Rosales and Bobby Korecky to the minors after the game.

D-Backs map out bullpen plans


(3/24/2009) From the The Sports Xchange: The remade Diamondbacks bullpen is still under construction. This much is certain: Chad Qualls will be the closer, Tony A. Pena and Jon Rauch are penciled in as the primary setup man, and newcomer Scott Schoeneweis will serves as a situational left-handed specialist. That leaves three spots open, at least until Tom Gordon is ready to come off the DL in late April or early May after 2008 elbow surgery, as the D-backs look to find replacements for lost free agents Brandon Lyon (signed with Detroit) and Juan Cruz (signed with Kansas City). Others in competition are right-handers Yusmeiro Petit, Juan Gutierrez, Leo Rosales, Billy Buckner and Bobby Korecky, lefty Travis Blackley and left-hander Doug Slaten, who spent most of the last two seasons with the D-backs. Rosales was 1-1 with a 4.20 ERA in 27 games for the D-backs last season, and he might have an inside track to pitch the sixth or seventh inning.

Diamondbacks promote six players


(9/2/2008) The Diamondbacks expanded their roster on Tuesday, recalling six players, including three pitchers. Right-handers Billy Buckner and Leo Rosales joined left-hander Doug Slaten as roster additions. All three spent time with the Diamondbacks earlier this season. Arizona also added infielders Jamie D'Antona and Josh Whitesell and outfielder Alex Romero. D'Antona and Romero were with the Diamondbacks earlier, but Whitesell is in the majors for the first time. He batted .328 for Tucson with 86 runs scored, 36 doubles and 26 home runs. He was second in the Pacific Coast League with 110 RBI.

Rosales sent down to Triple-A


(8/29/2008) The Diamondbacks recalled righty Max Scherzer from Triple-A Tucson Friday to bolster their bullpen before the NL West leaders hosted the Los Angeles Dodgers. To make room for Upton and Scherzer, the club optioned outfielder Alex Romero and right-hander Leo Rosales to Tucson.

Rosales on a scoreless streak


(8/9/2008) The Sports Xchange notes that Leo Rosales has given up only one run in his last 7 2/3 innings covering five appearances and has pitched three scoreless innings in the first two games of a weekend series against Atlanta.

D-Backs add Rosales to bullpen mix


(6/15/2008) The Diamondbacks recalled RHP Leo Rosales from Triple-A Tucson on Sunday.