Comcast SportsNet's Leslie Gudel tweets that an MRI on Cole Hamels' left shoulder revealed only mild inflammation, but the team will err on the side of caution and keep him out of his next scheduled turn in the rotation. Hamels previously described his arm as being "heavy," typical of dead-arm symptoms that plague many pitchers at this point in the season. The left-hander is 13-7 with a 2.62 ERA and is third in the league in innings pitched with 172. Meanwhile, the Phillies are reportedly still weighing their options with Placido Polanco and whether surgery is the best tact for his sports hernia or if the third baseman should simply shake it off like the rest of us. That decision will reportedly be made very soon.