Rollins was playing his fifth game and batted leadoff for the first time since coming back from the disabled list. He took six steps out of the box after hitting a single, jogged slowly to first and immediately came out after touching the bag.
“It’s a big win, but we definitely didn’t want to lose J-Roll,” Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. “We need him playing.”
His previous calf injury cost the Phils’ leadoff man a month. Rollins is currently listed as “day to day.”