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Rollins recovering from wrist surgery

Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins underwent minor surgery on his left wrist on Thursday, the team announced Saturday night. Hand specialist Randall Culp removed a ganglion cyst from Rollins' wrist. The Phillies' release said Rollins will have stitches removed from the surgical area within the next two weeks.

Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins underwent minor surgery on his left wrist on Thursday, the team announced Saturday night.

Hand specialist Randall Culp removed a ganglion cyst from Rollins' wrist. The Phillies' release said Rollins will have stitches removed from the surgical area within the next two weeks.

Rollins, 32, is coming off an injury-ravaged season that limited him to 88 games and is entering the final year of the six-year contract he signed in 2005. - Bob Brookover

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