About 30 minutes after the game — and after most of the media had been in and out of Torre’s office and then in and out of the clubhouse — Dodgers PR assistant Mark Rogoff came into the press box and asked, “Did anyone accidentally pick up an iPhone off Joe Torre’s desk?” No one answered, of course, and the first thought running through my mind was, “Great, some shady person in our midst stole Joe’s iPhone, and now he is never going to let us in his office again, and now he is going to have us herded into some interview room after the game every night, and that’s going to be a huge pain in the derriere because while I have no idea where that room will be, I’m SURE it won’t be near the clubhouse the way his office is.” Well, about five minutes later, Rogoff comes back up and announced that Joe had found the phone on the floor of his office. So everything is fine. … The plan for Nomar to play another game for Vegas at Salt Lake tomorrow has been scrapped because that is actually a night game. So apparently, he’ll just work out with the big club tomorrow, then fly with the big club to Atlanta on Thursday and be activated in time for Friday night’s game. And although I have been hinting that DeWitt is going back to the minors when Nomar comes off the DL, it now looks like they are at least considering keeping him and cutting back to 11 pitchers temporarily. That would almost certainly mean Ramon Troncoso is the odd man out. But nothing is decided yet, so we’ll see.