Rollins will be batting leadoff against the Giants in the series opener at AT&T Park.
The switch-hitting shortstop played three games this week in Clearwater, Fla., two in an extended Spring Training environment and one for Class A Clearwater. He flew to San Francisco on Thursday, and he will make his first start since April 8, when he sprained his left ankle scrambling back to second base on a pickoff attempt.
In the 28 games without Rollins, manager Charlie Manuel used 10 different combinations in the Nos. 1 and 2 spots in the batting order.
Infielder Brad Harman was optioned to Double-A Reading on Friday to make room for Rollins. He went 1-for-10 with the Phillies. (H/T Phillies.com)
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