Phils' Robertson hurt celebrating, out of NLDS

by Daryn Albert - Phillies reliever David Robertson is not on the division series roster after straining his calf celebrating.

Philadelphia Phillies' David Robertson hurt celebrating, out of NLDS 10:52 AM ET ESPN Philadelphia Phillies reliever David Robertson is out of the division series against the Atlanta Braves with a celebration injury. Manager Rob Thomson said he strained his right calf jumping up in the air when Bryce Harper homered against the Cardinals in the last round. Phillies-Braves Game 1 is Tuesday afternoon in Atlanta. "He's devastated," Thomson said of Robertson, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. "He knows how big a part he is to this club." The 37-year-old Robertson was effective for the Phillies after an August trade from the Cubs -- posting six saves in 11 games with a 2.70 ERA. He threw one inning against St. Louis in Game 1 of the wild-card series and picked up a win. The Phillies have used a closer by committee approach for a chunk of the season. Nobody on the team had more than 12 saves. Converted starter Zach Eflin picked up his first save in Game 2 against the Cardinals.