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Scott Rolen   

  • 2023 Major League Hall of Fame inductee

  • 1997 National League Rookie of the Year 

  • Eight-time Gold Glove Winner (1998, 2000-2006, 2010)

  • Seven-time National League All-Star 2002–2006, 2010, 2011) 

  • National League Silver Slugger (2002)

  • Third Baseman with the Cardinals for the 2006 World Series Championship 

  • Reading Phillies Hall of Fame in 2015

  • St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame in 2019

  • Continues to appear on balloting for the National Baseball Hall of Fame

  • Finished his career with a .281/.364/.490 batting line, 316 home runs, 2,077 hits, and 1,287 RBIs.

  • Ranked among the top fifteen in career wins above replacement for third basemen all-time, as calculated by

  • Defined himself through his character: he was a reserved star who played the game with all-out effort.


Throughout his career, Rolen took advantage of his platform to make a difference in the lives of others, visiting sick children in the hospital and providing children and their families with momentary relief. Rolen started a children’s charity—the Enis Furley Foundation/E5 Foundation—with the mission of putting smiles on the faces of kids who were ill or had fallen on hard times. In addition, Rolen created a 115-acre recreation site—Camp Emma Lou—with log cabins, horses, canoes, and a baseball field. Families were allowed to stay at the site with all expenses paid by the charity. Rolen takes immense pride in his off-the-field work.

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“I have been given an opportunity right now and I'm going to run through a wall to try to take advantage of it.”

– Scott Rolen

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