Most of the names on the list of minor league free agents from the Phillies don't carry a great deal of angst about the potential of having them head elsewhere. Most are easily replaceable and were simply filling a void in the minor league system. Still, there are some names that the Phillies would rather not lose if given any say in the matter. Of course, without a GM in place, it may be a little easier for other clubs to steal away some prime players.
October 30, 2005
Chris Roberson and Chris Rojas both came into 2005 looking to make significant moves for themselves. Both put together great seasons in leading a surging Reading club out of what was a horrible season and gaining some respectability for the club.
September 9, 2005
Pitching is tough, but life can be tougher. Over the weekend, Chris Rojas felt the sting of life when his Mother passed away. Just a couple of days after that, he was back on mound and served her memory well. It was an outing that many will never forget.
April 27, 2005
The Portland Beavers added first baseman Joe Gerber from Class AA Mobile and catcher William Killian from the rookie-level Arizona League Padres, and placed left-handed pitcher Edgar Huerta (strained right hip, retroactive to Aug. 30) and right-handed pitcher Chris Rojas (strained rib cage, retroactive to Aug. 29) on the disabled list.
August 31, 2004
Six players were once Padres. Steve Watkins has been perfect in relief and got the win for Portland. Chris Rojas' numbers were awful but they do not tell the tale. Clark Girardeau was clobbered for the second straight game. Greg Conden wasn't supposed to pitch on Friday and merely threw shutout ball over six. Michael Ekstrom made a solid start for Eugene and errors came back to haunt the Ems.
July 24, 2004
The San Diego Padres traded right-hander Brandon Puffer to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for a player to be named later or cash. Puffer was with the Padres and the move was made as Jake Peavy was activated from the disabled list.<br><br> Chris Rojas and Brad Baker each receive big news in Mobile
July 2, 2004