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PHILADELPHIA - Despite his diminutive size, Jimmy Rollins always believed he could hit a baseball. Turns out hes been good enough to amass more hits in a Phillies uniform than any other player. Rollins singled in the fifth to pass Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt to become the Phillies hits leader and Domonic Brown capped the inning with a three-run homer, leading Philadelphia to a 7-4 win over the Chicago Cubs on Saturday. Rollins got hit No. 2,235 off Edwin Jackson, sending a 3-1 pitch into right field to open the fifth. The game was then delayed for an on-field celebration. "It was very cool," said Rollins. The 5-foot-8 shortstop never let his stature deter him. "Thats something my mom and dad taught me when Im young," he said. "(Im) probably not going to be biggest guy, but that doesnt mean you have to be weak, doesnt mean you dont have confidence. And then size isnt really going to matter. Ive always had that belief in myself and without it I wouldnt have been here." Chase Utley also homered for Philadelphia, which has won four of five following a dismal 1-8 stretch. David Buchanan (2-3), in his fifth start for injured lefty Cliff Lee (elbow), allowed three runs and six hits in five innings. But the day belonged to Rollins. He made his debut with the Phillies on Sept. 17, 2000, and has played his entire career in Philadelphia. "To be the all-time hits leader, that speaks for itself," Philadelphia manager Ryne Sandberg said. "It was well worth it. Fourteen years of effort with one uniform in a lot of ways thats old school." Said Cubs manager Rick Renteria: "Hes put together what is potentially a Hall of Fame career. Hes a credit to Philadelphia and the Phillies. I think hes admired all over." Schmidt, a Phillies TV analyst for Sunday games, retrieved Rollins bat and greeted the 2007 NL MVP with a high-five and hug at first base. The entire Phillies team then came out from the dugout to offer congratulatory hugs and handshakes. After the Phillies left the field, Schmidt took Rollins hand and held it in the air. Fans cheered and gave the duo a standing ovation as fireworks erupted from the large video board in left field. "I told him, Congrats, it couldnt happen to a better guy," Schmidt said later in the game. "Im glad I was here. My heart is pounding." Schmidt had doubts that any player would break his hits record in notoriously tough Philadelphia and in the era of free agency. But Rollins mentality on and off the field, Schmidt says, allowed him to do it. "Hes very comfortable in his own skin," Schmidt said. "Hes got a nice, short stride and stays relaxed (at the plate). Hes a great clutch hitter, tremendous . much better than me. One of the great compliments you can pay a hitter is (to) say I want him up when the game is on the line." Schmidt said Rollins should get "definite consideration" for the Hall of Fame right now and believes Rollins could land in Cooperstown with continued solid play for three or four more years. "He knows talent, thats pretty cool," Rollins said. Schmidt also knows hitting. Upon leaving the field, Schmidt was stopped in the dugout by the slumping Brown, who asked for a hitting lesson. Schmidt said he told Brown to drive through the ball with his left hand. Minutes later, Brown broke the game open with a three-run homer to right, his fourth of the season after hitting 27 last year, that put Philadelphia ahead 7-3 and chased Jackson (4-7). Rollins received strong ovations when he came to the plate his first two at-bats, but he grounded out to first base in the first inning and lined out sharply to first in the second. He finished 1 for 4. Justin Ruggiano, Luis Valbuena and Mike Olt homered for Chicago. Jonathan Papelbon pitched a scoreless ninth for his 15th save in 16 chances. Jackson allowed seven runs - six earned - on eight hits in 4 2-3 innings. Utley put Philadelphia in front with a solo shot in the first, but Olt answered in the second. It was the 10th homer in 22 hits for the Cubs rookie. Ben Revere and Carlos Ruiz had RBI hits, along with Junior Lakes fielding error in centre field, in the bottom of the second helped Philadelphia take a 4-1 lead. NOTES: The Cubs lost an eighth-inning challenge when replays upheld first base umpire Kerwin Danleys decision that Nate Schierholtz was out at first base. The delay was 2 minutes, 17 seconds. . Jackson fell to 0-5 in five regular-season starts at Citizens Bank Park. . Chicago dropped its NL-worst road record to 12-25. The Cubs havent won consecutive road games on the same trip since last Sept. 10-11. . Cubs left-hander Travis Wood (6-5, 4.95) opposes Phillies right-hander A.J. Burnett (3-5, 4.41) in the series finale at 1:35 Sunday. Thomas Hickey Jersey . 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Carlos Tevez scored in the eighth minute and Claudio Marchisio secured the points in the 75th to make it two Serie A wins out of two for Allegri, who started with a 1-0 victory at Chievo Verona before the international break. Juventus dominated and was rarely troubled, although the three-time defending champion was almost made to pay for its profligacy in front of goal when Igor Bubnjic had the ball in the back of the net, but it was ruled out for offside. "It was emotional to come out for the first time as coach in this fantastic stadium," Allegri said. "The crowd is an added weapon, and the fans helped the team in our moment of difficulty. "The team started very well, we had to break the deadlock early because we knew they defend well and are dangerous on the counterattack. But we should have closed the match in the first half. Instead, we suffered at the start of the second, but it was a good test, and we even had more chances after we made it 2-0." Earlier, Roma also maintained its perfect start to the fledgling season with a 1-0 win at newly promoted Empoli. Both teams open their Champions League campaigns next week. Juventus hosts Malmo on Tuesday, while Rome entertains CSKA Moscow the following day. Juventus was struggling with injury problems with Arturo Vidal joining the likes of Andrea Pirlo and Giorgio Chiellini on the sidelines. Tevez shook off a thigh muscle injury to start, and opened the scoring early on when Stephan Lichtsteiner pulled the ball back from the byline for the Argentine to rush into the area and slot past Orestis Karnezis. Roberto Pereyra, who moved from Udinese in the off-season, almost scored against his former team on the half hour but he blasted a good ball from Fernando Llorente over the bar.dddddddddddd Udineses only real sight of goal came in the 67th minute when Bubnjic thought he levelled for Udinese, only for his effort to be ruled out for a tight offside decision. As Juventus started to come under pressure, Tevez helped seal the game by rolling the ball across for Marchisio to blast into the bottom near corner from outside the area. Tevez came off shortly afterward to a standing ovation. Alvaro Morata, who had been sidelined after getting injured in his first Juventus training session, was handed his debut in the 89th, and he almost scored with a swivelling shot which Karnezis did well to save. In Tuscany, Radja Nainggolan, who scored in Romas opening 2-0 victory over Fiorentina, forced an own goal from Empoli goalkeeper Luigi Sepe. The Belgium internationals fierce strike on the stroke of halftime came off the left upright and went in off Sepes back. Maicon, who was sent home from the Brazil squad for disciplinary reasons during the week, should have scored minutes earlier when Florenzi nodded across Nainggolans diagonal pass, but he fired onto the right upright from close range under pressure. Both sides had penalty appeals turned down in a hotly contested match which saw Empoli coach Maurizio Sarri sent to the stands for protesting. Empoli has lost both of its opening matches, following its 2-0 defeat at Udinese. "Whats important is that we won at a difficult place like this one," Nainggolan said. "We need to always get the three points to aim high. It took a lot out of us physically. Empoli fights, and they had an added incentive that they were facing a great team like Roma." Roma rested the likes of captain Francesco Totti and pacey strikers Gervinho and Juan Iturbe. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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