Camryn Drew Rollins is the newest Phillies fan. The baby girl was born to shortstop Jimmy Rollins and fitness trainer bride Johari Smith Rollins late Sunday night.

The little lady weighed in at 5 pounds, 11 ounces.

As we mentioned yesterday, Rollins had to leave a charity event Sunday night upon learning that Johari was in labor. He was out of the lineup on paternity leave for Monday's and Tuesday's games against the Washington Nationals.

Jimmy and Johari wed in the Grand Cayman Islands in January 2010.

Emmys honor Capus

Locally raised "NBC News" President Steve Capus will receive the Board of Governors award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Mid-Atlantic chapter at the 30th Annual Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Awards at the Philadelphia Hilton Sept. 22. The William Tennent High and Temple graduate started his career at NBC10 and later worked at CBS 3. He's been in charge of NBC News since 2005. FOX 29's Mike Jerrick will host the Emmys. For info, natasmid-atlantic.org.

Pitbull shills vodka

Chart-topping rapper Pitbull signs bottles of Voli Light vodka (for those who purchase it) from 5 to 7 Thursday night at the PA Wine & Spirits Store (180 W. Girard).

With sympathy

Our condolences to Kijafa Frink and family on the loss of her mother, Joyce Louise Moore. Moore, a retired teacher known to friends and family as "Suga Mama," died May 11. Frink, co-owner of PNK Elephant (504 South St.) boutique, and Eagles quarterback Michael Vick are to marry June 30 in Miami Beach.

'Top Chef' showdown

Local "Top Chef" favorite Jennifer Carroll battles fellow "Top Chef" alum Eli Kirshstein in three cook-offs May 30 in LOVE Park. Bravo and Comcast are sponsoring the 10:30 a.m., noon and 1:30 p.m. interactive competitions at which guests can win prizes by participating in something called a "Cornhole Toss" (we won't go there), Tip the Scale (in which people line up objects by guessing their weight) and a "Top Chef" horseshoe toss.

Fitzpatrick yes, Fattah no

Not sure what U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah is afraid of, but he is the only candidate invited to perform at the 22nd annual Stu Bykofsky's Candidates Comedy Night who declined to participate or even send a surrogate in his place.

The Aug. 22 event will be at Finnigan's Wake (3rd & Spring Garden) and it turns out will include 8th Congressional District incumbent Mike Fitzpatrick. Bykofsky's column last week indicated Fitzpatrick would not perform.

Participants include those running for U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania attorney general and 11 of 12 invited congressional candidates. Daily News columnist Jenice Armstrong is Byko's co-host. The show, a summer political "classic," is a fundraiser for Variety, the Children's Charity. Some $440,000 has been raised to date with plenty more expected to come later this year, no thanks to Fattah, of course.

Gracie in astronaut's orbit

South Philly-born rocker Charlie Gracie performs Wednesday night at original NASA-7 astronaut Scott Carpenter's 50th anniversary party of his orbiting the Earth. The show takes place at the Players Club at Gramercy Park. Carpenter hired Gracie after seeing him perform in Vail, Colo., in March. n

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