Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 13 Days

Logan Morrison doubled in Kyle Seager in the top of the 12th to help the Mariners beat the Angels 3-2 on Saturday.

28 innings in two days for the Mariners and Angels. Morrison's hit put Seattle up 2-1, and the Mariners went on to add an insurance run on Justin Smoak's squibber against the shift. They ended up needing it, as David Freese homered to start the bottom of the 12th. However, Charlie Furbush was able to finish up from there. Morrison is currently hitting .186 in 59 at-bats this month, so he could use a few more big hits to help his job security.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 1 Month

Logan Morrison led the 12-3 bludgeoning of Boston on Monday, going 4-for-4 with two homers, three RBI and four runs scored.

He reached base all fives times up, also walking. LoMo's second inning solo homer off starter John Lackey tied the game 1-1, and his three-run bomb off Chris Capuano in the seventh capped the game's scoring. It's difficult to understate how surprising this outburst was. Morrison raised his batting average from .164 to .215, he doubled his homers from two to four, and his OPS took on serious helium, rising from .522 to .712. Despite the outburst, Morrison (.245 career average and 44 homers in 1,356 at-bats) should be relegated to AL-only leagues.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 1 Month

Logan Morrison went 2-for-5 with a two-run homer in Friday's tilt with Kansas City.

The home run was Morrison's fifth of the year. Despite the homer, Morrison is batting just .185/.241/.333 on the season. Those three RBI constituted more than half of his season total.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 2 Months

Logan Morrison is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Padres.

He'll take a seat with left-hander Eric Stults on the hill for Seattle. Jesus Montero will start at first base Tuesday while John Buck serves as the DH.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 2 Months

Logan Morrison (head) is in Monday's lineup against the Padres.

Morrison left Sunday's game after he hit the wall of the Mariners' dugout with his bat and a piece broke off and hit him in the forehead. He suffered a cut as a result, but fortunately the silly incident won't keep him out of the lineup.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 2 Months

Logan Morrison was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Rangers due to a cut on his forehead.

The injury doesn't appear to be serious and he should be able to return to the lineup in a day or two. John Buck, making his first career appearance at the position, took his place at first base.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 2 Months

Mariners activated OF Logan Morrison from the 15-day disabled list.

Morrison is starting at first base for the Mariners on Wednesday night and could see regular starts there until Justin Smoak (quad) returns. Morrison was batting .150 with a .377 OPS in eight games before suffering a severe right hamstring strain in mid-April. He is not a good fantasy option.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 2 Months

Logan Morrison (hamstring) could begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma on Friday.

LoMo admitted to still not feeling 100 percent when he ran the bases during a simulated game Tuesday. However, he did some more running Wednesday and will be cleared to start the rehab assignment if he recovers well. Morrison has been sidlined since mid-April with a strained right hamstring.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 2 Months

Logan Morrison (hamstring) is still not ready to begin a rehab assignment.

Morrison batted against James Paxton (lat) and Taijuan Walker (shoulder) during their simulated games Tuesday, but he remained less than 100 percent while running the bases. He won't be allowed to begin a rehab assignment until he's running full-out with no issues. "It's just (a matter) of getting back at it," he said, "and trying to remember - it's weird to say this - how to run. You just kind of feel uncoordinated when you haven't done it in a while. It's a little different when you go from the elliptical and then try to sprint outside. I'm trying to get the feel back."

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Logan Morrison (hamstring) is expected to begin a rehab assignment this week.

LoMo has been taking batting practice and running the bases in recent days and on Saturday participated in a simulated game. He seems likely to be activated from the disabled list before the end of the month. "I think he's close," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said. "He's swinging the bat pretty decent. He doesn't seem to be restricted on the basepaths. He's moving as slow as ever."