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The Philadelphia Phillies have reinstated catcher Carlos Ruiz how has been out due to suspension after serving a 25-game Adderall suspension. He is good to go and should resume a solid bat in the Phillies lineup. To make room for him, Philadelphia designated catcher Humberto Quintero. Last season Ruiz smacked out 16 home runs in 114 games.
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Jonathan Pettibone (0-0, 3.38) vs. Shaun Marcum (0-0, 0.00)
TIME: 1:05, Citi Field
Weather: 66, mostly sunny
Media: Twitter and Facebook
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