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• In two starts against the Padres this year, Vance Worley had 20 strikeouts in 13 innings pitched.

• Shortstop Jimmy Rollins appeared in his 1,669th game for the Phillies, tied for fourth place on the Phillies all-time list with Tony Taylor.

• General manager Ruben Amaro Jr., who was widely quoted in several outlets as calling the Phillies play "unacceptable," modified those remarks Friday night. "I still believe in them," he said. "I don't want some of the quotes I've had recently to be misconstrued. I believe in these guys. We just have to play better.

• Hunter Pence will be sponsoring his first charity event as a member of the Phillies on May 31. The "Let's Go Eat: Food and Fun Fest" on the historic Moshulu will benefit three organizations: Make-A-Wish of Philadelphia and the Susquehanna Valley, Philabundance and Phillies Charities, Inc. Varying levels of sponsorship and general admission tickets are available. More information may be obtained here

• In two starts against the Padres this year, Vance Worley had 20 strikeouts in 13 innings pitched.

• Shortstop Jimmy Rollins appeared in his 1,669th game for the Phillies, tied for fourth place on the Phillies all-time list with Tony Taylor.

• General manager Ruben Amaro Jr., who was widely quoted in several outlets as calling the Phillies play "unacceptable," modified those remarks Friday night. "I still believe in them," he said. "I don't want some of the quotes I've had recently to be misconstrued. I believe in these guys. We just have to play better.

• Hunter Pence will be sponsoring his first charity event as a member of the Phillies on May 31. The "Let's Go Eat: Food and Fun Fest" on the historic Moshulu will benefit three organizations: Make-A-Wish of Philadelphia and the Susquehanna Valley, Philabundance and Phillies Charities, Inc. Varying levels of sponsorship and general admission tickets are available. More information may be obtained here

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