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What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke “The respect you see from other guys seeing you out there,that was great,” Rhodes said. “Once the game started I wason the sidelines and I just couldn’t take it. So I endedup leaving and watching the game on TV.”Rhodes left, he said, because watching from the sidelineleft him upset.“It gives you a whole different perspective of why peopleget upset watching the games,” Rhodes said of watching.“When you’re in the middle of it you’re trying your bestso you really don’t see it, but when you’re on the outsidelooking in and you’re not playing, you have a totallydifferent perspective.”Rhodes said it’s frustrating seeing someone not be in theright spot, something that has been an issue for theCardinals defense this season. A football player wants to be on the field. Not being out there, especially when the team isstruggling, is tough to deal with.Thus is the plight of Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes, whowatched a game from the sidelines for the first timeSunday.“It was very, very weird,” Rhodes told Arizona Sports620’s Doug and Wolf. “It was pretty difficult on Sunday.”Rhodes said he arrived at the stadium early and watchedwarmups, and players from both teams approached him andtold him to hurry up and get back on the field becausehe’s one of the best players in the league. Top Stories D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Comments Share