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"I didn't have a great game," Phillips said. "I had a chance to redeem myself late in the game with a [chance to] bunt the guys over. I got the bunt down and things didn't go our way. "It's not easy to lay down a bunt on a guy who's throwing 92 mph cutters."
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With the tying run on second and nobody out in the bottom of the 11th, Phillips’ bunt in the dirt front of the plate was turned into a "2-5-4" double play to complete his 0-for-5.
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"I am ready to play, I have no more hamate bones," said Cabrera
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"I made a couple of good throws; I made a couple of bad throws," Phillips said. "I didn't have a good game. I had a chance to redeem myself late in the game, but I couldn't get the bunt down.
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"It gets you a little bit when you think about it," Adams said. "It's human nature. But I try to limit how much I do think about it. "(The passport is) kind of a small precaution, I guess. I know the situation. So I just have to prepare myself and make sure I have all the legal stuff taken care of in case something were to happen."
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From the looks of it here, Singleton alone would not be enough to put Adams in a Phillies uniform. A conversation starter, perhaps. And the Phillies also are potential suitors for Padres closer Heath Bell and left fielder Ryan Ludwick.
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On the other, the kid has a line of .149/.286/.277, which isn’t helping him or the team. Since Rizzo’s last multi-hit game on June 24 against Atlanta, he is 6-for-52 with 22 strikeouts and a .115/.207/.154 line. That’s not competitive in any sense of the word.