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PHILADELPHIA -- Phillies pitcher Brett Myers rejoined the team Friday in San Francisco and was expected to pitch on Sunday after taking a leave of absence following his arrest on charges that he hit his wife in the face.
Myers, the team's best starter, was scheduled to make a statement Friday before the Phillies played the Giants.
Myers was arguing with his wife shortly after midnight on June 23 on a Boston street corner, according to a spokesman for the Suffolk County District Attorney's office. Police responded to a 911 call and found Myers' wife crying and with a swollen face.
Myers he was placed on the temporary inactive list and optioned to Class A Clearwater after he pleaded not guilty to assault charges in Boston Municipal Court. His next court date is Aug. 4.
Myers and his wife, Kim, will continue to participate in professional counseling sessions as part of the Phillies Employee Assistance Program.