PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz is expected to rejoin the club on Saturday, manager Charlie Manuel said. Ruiz will play a rehab game for Class A Lakewood on Friday as the designated hitter.

Ruiz has been on the disabled list with a concussion he suffered on June 18 after being hit in the head by a broken bat by Minnesota's Jason Kubel. He has played in two Minor League rehab games so far, going 2-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI on Thursday.

"I like the two doubles," Manuel said. "RBIs are always good."

Werth reflects on dispute with fan

PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies outfielder Jayson Werth's name was in the news Friday for a reason other than trade speculation, too.

In the 12th inning of Thursday's win over Cincinnati, Werth collided with a fan reaching over to catch a foul pop by Drew Stubbs along the right-field line. Television cameras caught Werth angrily shout at the fan, who appeared to disrupt a catchable ball.

Werth said he got caught up in the heat of the moment -- considering the game was tied at 3 at the time -- and the catch would have ended the inning.

"There's been some backlash, I think," Werth said. "In the heat of the moment, and a situation that goes on, on the field, I'm definitely in a different mindset than I would be in a normal setting. I don't think I would've yelled at anybody liked that if that wasn't the case, with the game on the line." "I feel bad for the guy and the kid that was sitting there," Werth said. "It was definitely a little out of character. But I don't feel bad about playing hard, going into the stands after a ball. It's just one of those deals. It's part of the game."

Worth noting

Phillies infielder Wilson Valdez was a late scratch before Friday's game due to a sore wrist. Juan Castro replaced him at second base. The Phillies currently have five players on the disabled list, including two infielders (Chase Utley and Placido Polanco).