PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  94WIP’s Howard Eskin confirms reports that Jimmy Rollins has been traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday. It was reported earlier in the day, that Rollins, who has the ability to veto any trade because of the 10-5 rule, would approve a trade to the Dodgers.

Rollins, 36, played 15 straight seasons with the Phillies winning a National League MVP award in 2007 and a World Series Championship in 2008. Rollins, the three-time all-star, is the Phillies’ all-time hits leader and second in games played.

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