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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Kyle Phillips
In what likely will be the last time the BMW Championship is played at Cog Hill, some of the PGA Tour's top players are not sorry to see it leave the public course south of Chicago.
The San Diego Padres were on the wrong end of a much too familiar result at home: a shutout.
"From a hitting standpoint, we just need to stay after it," said catcher Kyle Phillips. "We've been swinging the bat well. We got nine hits, we just didn't get any two-out hits."