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Rollins (hamstring) took part in some stretching exercises on Thursday, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Rollins' strained hamstring has improved, but he is not yet ready to start baseball activities. The Phillies have not set a date for his return yet.

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GM Ruben Amaro Jr. said Wednesday that Rollins' hamstring has improved, but he is not yet ready to start baseball activities, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Amaro refused to put a timeline on Rollins' return when asked if he could rejoin the team on next week's road trip. Freddy Galvis will likely see the majority of the starts at short while Rollins remains sidelined.

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Rollins (hamstring) is unlikely to return during the Phillies' current homestand ending Sunday, but manager Ryne Sandberg expects the shortstop back sooner rather than later, Ryan Lawrence of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Rollins underwent tests on his hamstring Tuesday, which revealed a mild strain. The veteran has been quite durable over the course of his career, but given how much time he's already missed, he looks on track to play his lowest total of games for a season since 2011. Freddy Galvis looks poised to assume the bulk of the shortstop duties until Rollins is cleared to return.

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Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg said Tuesday that Rollins' hamstring strain is "mild" and described him as "day-to-day," ESPN's Jayson Stark reports.

Rollins suffered the injury Monday night and said afterward that he would likely miss 10 days or so. While Sandberg's comments don't necessarily move his estimated return up, it seems the skipper may be holding out hope the 35-year-old will be able to contribute in some capacity before the end of the homestand.

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Rollins (hamstring) stated after Monday's game that he expects to miss roughly 10 days, Matt Gelb of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Rollins suffered a strained right hamstring in the fourth inning of Monday night's game, but it sounds as if the veteran shortstop still expects to return to action this season. He'll have an ultrasound on the hamstring Tuesday, however, which should provide more insight regarding the severity of the strain. It will be tough to judge the accuracy of Rollins' self-appointed timetable until the test results arrive.

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Updating a previous report, Rollins left Monday's game due to a strained left hamstring, MLB.com's Todd Zolecki reports.

Rollins tweaked the hamstring while attempting to leg out a triple, which ultimately caused his removal from the game. His projected absence depends on the grade of the strain, which should be determined when the team conducts further evaluations in the coming days. If Rollins does end up missing an extended period of time, Freddy Galvis would seemingly be the most likely candidate to get extra playing time at shortstop.

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Rollins left Monday's game in the fourth inning with an apparent injury, MLB.com's Todd Zolecki reports.

Rollins hit a triple off Jeff Locke in the bottom of the fourth, but came up looking as if he may have tweaked something. The discomfort was enough to force an early exit, as Freddy Galvis replaced him at shortstop in the following frame. Look for his status to be updated by the team near the conclusion of the game.

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Rollins is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Braves, Ryan Lawrence of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

With Rollins' streak of consecutive multi-hit games end at three Tuesday night, the shortstop will receive a day off for maintenance purposes. He'll turn over the position to Freddy Galvis after starting the last 13 games.

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Rollins went 3-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored in Philadelphia's loss to the Mets on Sunday.

Rollins now has seven hits, including a home run and a double, over his last 15 at-bats. He's recorded multi-hit efforts in six of his previous 10 games.

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Rollins went 1-for-4 with a two run home run Sunday against the Cardinals.

Following a seven home run month of July for Rollins, it took until the 24th of the month to hit his first in August. The month has also been his worst of the season offensively, batting a horrid .203/.284/.228 with just one RBI coming into Sunday. Luckily, the month is almost over and the 35-year-old shortstop will get a chance to improve without the pressure of a playoff chase in September.