In order to clear room for tonight's starter Roy Halladay, the Phils have outright right-hander Brian Sanches to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, per a team release. The 33-year-old right-hander has been extremely unimpressive in six appearances with the Phils, posting a 9.95 ERA and 2.37 walks and hits per inning.
Rollins story quote: Did everyone catch this line from Danny Knobler's report on the Dodgers kicking the tires on Jimmy Rollins? "They've (the Phillies) have been disappointed by his (Rollins') play this year, and thought he could have done more to get them through the difficult times when both Chase Utley and Ryan Howard were on the disabled list."
Gose promoted: The Blue Jays have promoted outfielder and former Phillies farmhand Anthony Gose to take Jose Bautista's place on their roster. Gose, 21, hit .292/.375/.432 with five home runs, 41 RBI and 29 stolen bases for Triple-A Las Vegas. He was part of the package sent to Houston for Roy Oswalt, then flipped to Toronto in a seperate deal. The last 24 hours have been big for former Phillies outfielders as Quintin Berry, who was placed on waivers and lost to the Padres in 2010, had a showcase night in prime time during Monday night's Angels-Tigers tilt. The 27-year-old rookie was 3-for-5 with a pair of stolen bases.