Phillies Activate Outfielder

The Philadelphia Phillies are finally at full strength offensively. 

The club has activated outfielder Brandon Marsh from the 10-day injured list. 

Marsh is batting ninth in Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. 
Marsh has made a speedy recovery following a left knee bone bruise and a left ankle sprain after coming down awkwardly while attempting to make a leaping catch on an August 16th game against the Cincinnati Reds. 

He tallied three hits on Friday evening in a minor league rehab game for Triple-A Lehigh Valley. 

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In 12 games since being acquired by the Phillies, the twenty-four-year-old has slashed .250/.294/.313, with two RBI, two runs scored and one stolen base. For the entire season, Marsh has hit .228, with eight home runs, 39 RBIs and nine stolen bases over 105 games. 

However, what Marsh lacks offensively he more than makes up for with his exceptional defensive skills. 
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