Jimmy Rollins might be a newcomer to the Dodgers, but he envisions himself becoming a leader on the team.
“Most definitely,” said Rollins, whose trade from the Phillies was finalized Friday.
Rollins is 36. He has a World Series ring and was the National League’s most valuable player in 2007. He’s also a shortstop.
“The position shortstop itself, if you accept everything that comes along with it, you’re kind of already grown into that position of being a leader,” Rollins said.
Rollins said he has already spoken to Manager Don Mattingly about the dynamics in the Dodgers clubhouse.
Rollins said he isn’t concerned...