Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 7/13/13
The Phillies have some more moves to consider going into the All-Star Break after Saturday’s doubleheader against the White Sox. Outfielder Ben Revere fouled a pitch off of his ankle, breaking his foot in the 11th inning of the day’s first game. With his team down, 5-4, Revere came to the plate against Addison Reed. Revere suffered the injury during the at-bat, but stayed in the game and eventually grounded into the double play that ended the game. Revere was taken to get X-rays following the game and the extent of the injury was revealed. He will make his way onto the disabled list and will see a specialist on Monday. After Saturday, he and Dominic Brown lead the team in hits. Revere also leads the team with 22 steals, followed by Jimmy Rollins with nine.
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