By PATRICK GORDON | Managing Editor
December 10 2014, 6:25 PM EST.
The Jimmy Rollins era in Philadelphia has come to an end.
The 36-year-old shortstop was dealt to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday afternoon in exchange for a pair of minor league pitchers. Specific details of the trade have yet to be announced.
Rollins, who earned a full no-trade clause having spent 10 seasons in the major and five with the same club, approved the move.
Rollins collected 2,306 hits in 15 seasons with the Phillies and won the National League MVP award in 2007. His name is littered across the franchise leader board.
The trade leaves Freddy Galvis atop the Phillies depth chart at shortstop.
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