Summary: After singling home the tying run in the sixth, Jimmy Rollins scored the go-ahead run when Rafael Betancourt bounced a pitch that eluded Miguel Olivo making it 4-3, which was enough to stick despite some dicey relief. J.A. Happ, making his first start since April 15, looked understandably rusty, flashing good velocity, but shaky control. Happ, with an Astros scout reportedly in attendance, allowed three runs on four hits and four walks over five innings, striking out four. Ben Francisco, starting for Raul Ibanez against left-hander Jeff Francis, launched a majestic two-run homer to deep left in the second. The Phils wasted several opportunities to add runs early, but struggled with their situational hitting. They also survived bases-loaded jams by Ryan Madson and Brad Lidge, but escaped unscathed. The game was delayed for 1 hour and 40 minutes by rain. (AP Photo)
Pitching rumors: The Angels made a surprise move by acquiring right-hander Dan Haren in a 4-for-1 that will send Joe Saunders, Patrick Corbin, Rafael Rodriguez and a player to be named later to Arizona. The additional player is believed to be a top prospect. Haren had been scouted by the Phillies, who will now fall back on Houston's Roy Oswalt.
Werth targeted: CSNPhilly.com's Jim Salisbury reports that the Phillies continue to field offers for Jayson Werth. Two interested clubs – the Rays and Giants – had scouts in attendance today, Salisbury reports. Yesterday, ESPN reported that the Tigers have also scouted Werth this weekend. Werth singled and doubled today. In addition, Salisbury noted via Twitter than Pittsburgh also had scouts in attendance today. [More details]