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08/09/11 10:20 PM ET

Rollins joins 'Cleveland Show'

LOS ANGELES -- Ryan Howard has made his rounds through Hollywood, appearing on episodes of "Entourage" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Chase Utley joined Howard on "It's Always Sunny" last year.

Jimmy Rollins got his taste Tuesday.

He stopped by FOX's "The Cleveland Show," where he did some voice work for an upcoming episode. Rollins kept the script to himself, but said Joey Votto and David Ortiz also did some work for the episode.

"They're funny," Rollins said of the folks he met at the show. "It was a lot of fun. I got to meet Mike Henry, who plays Cleveland. He was in there with me. It was cool. He was giving me a lot of tips. I'd do it again. One of the producers is from Philly, so she said she wants me to keep coming back. I have an offseason coming up. Holler at me, you know?"

Mayberry earns more time

LOS ANGELES -- Phillies manager Charlie Manuel will play the hot hand when it makes sense to him, so Tuesday he started John Mayberry Jr. in left field.

It seemed like a natural fit with Dodgers left-hander Ted Lilly on the mound. The right-handed-hitting Mayberry has been doing damage when he puts the ball in play since rejoining the team in early July. He has hit .306 (19-for-62) with a .328 on-base percentage and a .726 slugging percentage in 22 games since July 4. Fourteen of his 19 hits have gone for extra bases.

"He's been hitting the ball good," Manuel said. "We'll see what he can do."

Mayberry appears to have moved ahead of Ben Francisco, who was the team's Opening Day right fielder. Mayberry has 62 at-bats since July 4, while Francisco has 16. Manuel disputed that before Tuesday's game.

"I'd like to play Francisco some, too," he said. "I definitely need to get him into some games and some playing time. I think John, right now, the fact he's been playing pretty good, he's kind of earned the right to play. But at the same time, Francisco can help us if he's swinging the bat good. I haven't given up on Ben."

Polanco continues to rehab hernia

LOS ANGELES -- Phillies third baseman Placido Polanco had a cortisone injection Tuesday in Philadelphia.

Polanco has a sports hernia, and the Phillies are hopeful the shot eases his symptoms. If it does not help he seems likely to have surgery, which the Phillies said could require three to four weeks of recovery. Polanco has not been placed on the disabled list yet because they want to see how he feels Friday.

Todd Zolecki is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.