Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Rollins OK after earthquake in Cayman Islands

Jimmy Rollins and his traveling party that are in the Cayman Islands for Rollins' wedding on Saturday are safe after an earthquake shook the islands on Tuesday.

Rollins OK after earthquake in Cayman Islands

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Jimmy Rollins and his traveling party that are in the Cayman Islands for Rollins' wedding on Saturday are safe after an earthquake shook the islands on Tuesday.

A Phillies spokesman said the team has been in contact with Rollins and said everyone is safe. A 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Cayman Islands, the U.S. Geological Survey said. No injuries or damage have been reported yet.

Rollins will wed his longtime girlfriend, Johari Smith, on Saturday. A handful of teammates were expected to join him for the ceremony but have not yet arrived.

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