Rocco Baldelli Awards

What awards did Rocco Baldelli win? This page lists every known baseball award won by Rocco Baldelli in chronological order. Click the award name and up comes a comprehensive history of that award along with every winner of that particular baseball award.

"When you're playing, you never really know what else is going on anywhere else in the organization -- except for what's going on in the clubhouse and on the field. That's the only thing you're familiar with. But I've realized that the amount of work and time spent on just trying to help us win games is immense -- and there are a lot of people doing a lot of hard work." - Tampa Bay Rays Special Assistant, Baseball pperations / Former Player Rocco Baldelli on MLB.com (Bill Chastain, 01/04/2014, 'Baldelli enjoying latest chapter of his baseball life', Source )
Rocco Baldelli

Rocco Baldelli Autograph on a 2004 Fleer (#AC-RB)
Rocco Baldelli Autograph on a 2004 Fleer (#AC-RB)

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Birth Name:
Rocco Dan Baldelli
Nickname:
The Woonsocket Rocket
Born On:
09-25-1981  (Libra)
Place of Birth Data Born In:
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
Year of Death Data Died On:
Still Living
Place of Death Data Died In:
Still Living
Cemetery:
n/a
High School:
Bishop Hendrickson High School (Warwick, RI)
College:
None Attended
Batting Stances Chart Bats:
Right
Throwing Arms Chart Throws:
Right
Player Height Chart Height:
6-04
Player Weight Chart Weight:
200
First Game:
03-31-2003 (Age 21)
Last Game:
10-03-2010
Draft:
2000 : 1st Round (6th)


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