Workers have spent the last few days constructing a hockey rink on the infield at Citizens Bank Park. Up on the executive level of the ballpark, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has just about finished constructing the roster he will take to spring training in two months.

Amaro's two off-season priorities were closer and shortstop. He addressed the back end of the bullpen by signing free agent Jonathan Papelbon and the shortstop position by bringing back 11-year starter Jimmy Rollins with a three-year, $33 million contract that was officially announced on Monday.