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39 Robb Quinlan 3B
Height/Weight: 6-1/215 | Birthdate: 3/17/1977 | Birthplace: St. Paul, MN | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Philadelphia | College: Minnesota | MLB Experience: 8
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Quinlan asks for, gets release


(3/11/2011) Multiple sources report that Phillies 1B Robb Quinlan was granted his release after his agent requested it Friday, the very day he was re-assigned. Quinlan had one hit in nine spring at-bats.

Quinlan gets shot with Philly


(1/6/2011) The Phillies signed 1B Robb Quinlan to a minor-league deal Thursday. Quinlan hit .121 in 33 at-bats for the Angels last season.

Quinlan released by Angels


(9/8/2010) The Angels released OF Robb Quinlan on Tuesday. He appeared in 23 games, going 4 for 33 (.121). Quinlan has never played for another major league team.

Quinlan on DL down in Triple-A


(8/3/2010) From The Sports Xchange notes: Robb Quinlan was placed on the DL at Triple-A Salt Lake with a strained right shoulder. Quinlan has spent time with the Angels in each of the past eight seasons but has seen more action this year in Triple-A, where he was batting .258.

Quinlan sent down by Angels


(7/5/2010) The Angels have optioned infielder Robb Quinlan to the minor leagues Sunday.

Quinlan sticks with Halos after all


(6/16/2010) The Los Angeles Angels put infielder Maicer Izturis on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday because of a strained left forearm, just two days after losing shortstop Erick Aybar to a knee injury. Utility infielder Robb Quinlan, who was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake when reliever Sean O'Sullivan was recalled from the minors earlier in the day, instead remained with the Angels. Third baseman Brandon Wood, who came off the DL on Tuesday, started at shortstop for the first time this season in the finale of a three-game series against Milwaukee.

Quinlan returns to Triple-A


(6/16/2010) Robb Quinlan, who was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on May 30, was optioned back to Salt Lake on Wednesday. He was demoted to make room for SP Sean O'Sullivan, who was promoted from Triple-A. Quinlan has appeared in 17 games with the Angels this year, hitting .129 in 31 at-bats.

Quinlan returns to bench


(6/14/2010) Angels 1B/3B Robb Quinlan was not in the starting lineup for Monday's game against the Brewers. He was replaced at first base by Kevin Frandsen against left-hander Randy Wolf. Quinlan is batting .133 this season in 30 at-bats.

Quinlan at first on Wednesday


(6/9/2010) Angels utility guy Robb Quinlan was in the posted lineup for Wednesday's game against the A's. He started at first base, replacing Michael Ryan, who got the nod on Tuesday.

Quinlan finally gets some hits


(6/7/2010) Angels 1B/OF Robb Quinlan produced three hits, including two doubles, in five at-bats on Sunday against the Mariners. He also had an RBI and scored once. Quinlan came into the game with no hits in his first 14 at-bats this season.

Quinlan is latest Morales fill-in


(6/1/2010) Robb Quinlan, recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday to take the roster spot of injured Kendry Morales (ankle), finally replaced Morales in the Angels' starting lineup. While manager Mike Scioscia went with other options in the first two games after Morales went on the DL, Quinlan was his choice to start at first base for Tuesday's game at Kansas City. He has just seven at-bats on the season and has yet to record a base hit.

Quinlan called up by Halos


(5/30/2010) The Angels recalled OF Robb Quinlan from Triple-A Salt Lake after placing Kendry Morales (ankle) on the 15-day DL on Sunday.

Quinlan sent down


(5/10/2010) Angels OF Robb Quinlan was sent down to Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday, to make room for SP Trevor Bell, according to The Los Angeles Times. Quinlan was 0 for 6 with two strikeouts this season.

Quinlan draws first start


(5/9/2010) Robb Quinlan, who has only three plate appearances to date, made his first start of the year Sunday against Seattle. He replaced Hideki Matsui as the Angels' DH.

Quinlan recalled by Halos


(4/20/2010) The Angels have recalled utility infielder Robb Quinlan from Triple-A Salt Lake. Quinlan was called up to take catcher Jeff Mathis' spot on the roster after Mathis was placed on the 15-day disabled list because of a broken right wrist. Quinlan was batting .219 in 32 at-bats with Salt Lake.

Quinlan demoted to Triple-A


(4/9/2010) The Angels promoted right-hander Bobby Cassevah from Triple-A Salt Lake and optioned utility infielder Robb Quinlan to their Pacific Coast League club Friday.

Quinlan makes opening day roster


(4/3/2010) The Angels have purchased the contract of utility infielder Robb Quinlan. The second-longest tenured player on the team behind reliever Scot Shields, Quinlan batted .176 with four runs and five RBI in 51 at-bats this spring. "Q's a guy who can sit for a while and then put the bat on the ball," Halos manager Mike Scioscia said. "But his defensive versatility and his ability to play first base is what separated him from the rest right now."

Quinlan ready to compete for spot


(3/1/2010) Angels LF Robb Quinlan will be in competition with about six other players for four or five roster spots, and the number of openings depends on how many pitchers manager Mike Scioscia keeps MLB.com reports. Quinlan has seen his at-bats decrease in four consecutive seasons, but that isn't changing his mindset. "I have the same attitude I've had the last five years -- do what I can do and not worry about what's going to happen. I've learned that so many things can change. I'm at a point where I just want to play baseball and have some fun."

Quinlan coming back to the Angels


(2/12/2010) Utilityman Robb Quinlan has returned to the Angels, agreeing to a minor-league contract on Thursday. The 32-year-old spent four seasons with the Angels and is the second-longest tenured member of the team behind pitcher Scot Shields.

Six Angels file for free agency


(11/18/2009) The following Angels filed for free agency: Kelvim Escobar, RHP; Chone Figgins, 3B; Vladimir Guerrero, DH; John Lackey, RHP; Darren Oliver, LHP; and Robb Quinlan, OF.

List of free agents takes shape


(11/5/2009) In all, 79 players filed for free agency Thursday, the first possible day. Joining the more notable players like John Lackey and Matt Holliday were RHP Danys Baez, LHP Mark Hendrickson, C Chad Moeller, 3B Melvin Mora, OF Rocco Baldelli, LHP Billy Wagner, C Ramon A. Castro, OF Scott Podsednik, 2B Jamey Carroll, RHP Tomo Ohka, SS Adam Everett, 1B Aubrey Huff, 2B Placido Polanco, LHP Jarrod Washburn, RHP Jamey Wright, LHP Darren Oliver, OF Robb Quinlan, 3B Joe Crede, LHP Ron Mahay, C Mike Redmond, 1B Bobby Crosby, RHP Justin Duchscherer, DH Nomar Garciaparra, 3B Adam Kennedy, 3B Adrian Beltre, DH Mike Sweeney, RHP Troy Percival, RHP Joaquin Benoit, 1B Hank Blalock, OF Marlon Byrd, LHP Eddie Guardado, C Ivan Rodriguez, 1B Kevin Millar, LHP Doug Davis, OF Garret Anderson, LHP Mike Gonzalez, 1B Adam LaRoche, 1B Greg Norton, OF Reed Johnson, 1B Jason Giambi, RHP Jason Marquis, RHP Brendan Donnelly, 1B Ross Gload, OF Darin Erstad, LHP Mike Hampton, OF Jason Michaels, 2B Ronnie Belliard, 2B Orlando Hudson, 1B Doug Mientkiewicz, LHP Eric Milton, OF Mike Cameron, OF Frank Catalanotto, C Jason Kendall, 2B Felipe Lopez, OF Corey Patterson, 1B Carlos Delgado, C Brian Schneider, OF Rick Ankiel, 3B Troy Glaus, SS Khalil Greene, C Jason LaRue, RHP John Smoltz, C Henry Blanco, OF Brian Giles, RHP Bobby Howry, RHP Brad Penny, 2B Juan Uribe, OF Randy Winn, C Josh Bard and RHP Livan Hernandez.

Quinlan owns lefties for Angels


(7/25/2009) Angels utility guy Robb Quinlan drove a 2-2 pitch just over the fence in left-center and beyond the leaping attempt of center fielder Denard Span on Friday night in a win over the Twins. The homer was the second this season for Quinlan, a seven-year veteran who came in with a career average of .302 against left-handed pitching. He also homered Tuesday night against Royals lefty Bruce Chen. Quinlan has 25 homers in 1,041 career at-bats, 19 of them off southpaws. "I don't know if I'm still comfortable in that role," Quinlan said. "It's never easy when you sit around for a week or so and then jump in there and try to get hits. I just try to get the extra work in and just be ready to go when I get in there." He finished 1 for 2 with a walk and is batting .247.

Quinlan gets starts in doubleheader


(7/22/2009) Angels utility player Robb Quinlan, getting a start in left field in the second game of a doubleheader, hit his first home run of the season Tuesday at Kansas City. He finished 2 for 5 with two runs scored.

Quinlan has three-hit night


(6/16/2009) Angels 3B Robb Quinlan went 3-for-5 with a double, two RBI and a run scored in Monday's win over the Giants.

Quinlan wrapping up a big spring


(4/5/2009) Angels 3B Robb Quinlan hit his fifth home run of the spring Saturday against the Padres, tying him with Torii Hunter for the team lead. He went 1-for-2 in the game, raising his batting average to .306.