Geoff Jenkins, who had a key hit for Philadelphia in the resumption of Game 5 of last year's World Series, is no longer a Phillie.
The Phillies released Jenkins on Tuesday, giving them 29 players as Saturday's deadline approaches for the team to set its 25-man roster.
The 31-year-old outfielder hit .246 with 9 home runs and 29 RBIs last season for the Phillies. His double in the first at-bat of the resumption of Game 5 of the World Series led to the go-ahead run. The Tampa Bay Rays later tied the game, but the Phillies went on to win and secure their first World Series title in 28 years.
Jenkins is a career .275 hitter with 221 home runs and 733 RBIs in 12 seasons.