Jimmy Rollins leaves again with injury
September, 9, 2010
By Eric Karabell | ESPN Insider
Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos hit his first major league home run Wednesday, accounting for the team's two runs. Ramos, acquired in the Matt Capps trade from the Minnesota Twins in July, has generally hit for average in the minors (.316 at Triple-A Syracuse), and should get a long look behind the plate this month.
Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins left Wednesday's win with right hamstring tightness, and might miss a game or two. Rollins singled and doubled in two at-bats, and has hit better since moving down in the lineup. With a .245 batting average and durability questions, Rollins probably isn't a top-50 fantasy option anymore.