Phillippe Aumont barely needed a changes of clothes for his time in Philadelphia.

Just hours after he was rocked by the Cardinals, the Phillies designated Aumont for assignment and recalled Seth Rosin to the major league roster.

Aumont is his first major league start was rocked for six runs in just four innings of work, surrendering two home runs and seven walks.

Aumont's major league ERA now stands at a robust 6.80 and he remains the only player in the system from a failed Cliff Lee trade to the Mariners in 2009.

Rosin rejoins the Phillies after bouncing around baseball via the Rule-5 Draft to the Mets, Dodgers and Rangers. The Phillies originally acquired Rosin from the Giants in a trade for Hunter Pence.

Rosin had a 2.65 ERA in 26 appearances at AAA Lehigh Valley and could find himself right back with the Iron Pigs as the Phillies are expected to make another roster move.

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