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Topic - Carlos Ruíz
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Ever since A.J. Burnett found out he had a hernia, he's been at his best.
The ball bounced in the dirt and away from Carlos Ruiz, a play the Philadelphia catcher could have easily given up on.
Carlos Ruiz capped his most productive series of the season so far with another clutch hit, and made a key defensive play at the plate to help the Philadelphia Phillies win a series from the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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Carlos Ruiz is staying put.
Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz and first baseman Ryan Howard will have MRI exams Monday.
United, who open the 2013 season with a conference final rematch at the Houston Dynamo on Saturday, began pursuing Ruiz after he scored for Guatemala in a 3-1 loss to the United States in October.
Add catcher to the Philadelphia Phillies' needs this offseason.
"That was a big play," Ruiz said. "It was a good throw. I was lucky because those plays happen so fast, you don't have time to think, but I got the ball early. I was on the side of home plate a little bit and he had room to slide, but he didn't and we got the out. I was still a little worried it would get changed because now with the replay, you never know."
Ruiz, who said he felt a "pop" while running the bases in the second inning, didn't make the trip but hopes to rejoin the team on Tuesday in Miami.