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Topic - Ruben Amaro , Jr.
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro thinks former MVP Ryan Howard still has something left at the age of 34.
Ryan Howard could miss the start of next season after the Phillies' slugger had surgery Wednesday to repair his torn Achilles' tendon.
"Ryan Howard does still live. He exists. He's part of our club, OK? And he is one of the most important parts of our club," Amaro said.
"We have to roll with them," Amaro told MLB.com. "We've committed to them."