Homegrown Rockie hangs it up

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Kiel Roling, a Central High School graduate who has been a member of various farm clubs for the Colorado Rockies, has decided to retire from professional baseball at the age of 27. He will be honored tonight before the Grand Junction Rockies play the Ogden Raptors at Suplizio Field.


Club to honor retiring talent with Kyle Roling Night at Suplizio

Kiel Roling has always known when it was time for the next step.
The summer before his senior year of high school, he knew it was time to play on a travel baseball team in Denver instead of summer ball with his teammates from Central High School being his top priority.
After one and a half years at Central Arizona College, he knew it was time to take the full scholarship offer to play at Arizona State University, even though it meant leaving his junior college team in January.

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