PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jimmy Rollins left Philadelphia's game against Boston in the sixth inning with a mild right calf strain.
Rollins, the three-time All-Star shortstop and 2007 NL MVP, missed 29 games with a right calf injury before returning on Monday. He was playing his fifth game and batted leadoff for the first time since coming of the disabled list.
Rollins took six steps out of the box after hitting a single and then jogged slowly to first base. He immediately came out after touching the bag.