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 2 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."

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Logan Morrison (hamstring) will run the bases for a second straight day Tuesday.

LoMo woke up with no issues after running the bases Monday, which is obviously a good sign. It's sounding like he could be cleared for a rehab assignment soon, with a return before the end of the month looking likely.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Logan Morrison (hamstring) did some running drills and will take batting practice Monday.

It's the first time since he suffered a setback a couple weeks ago that LoMo has done any running. There's still no timetable for his return, but it sounds like he's finally making some progress. Morrison hasn't played since mid-April.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Logan Morrison aggravated his right hamstring injury last week.

We knew that Morrison was recovering more slowly than expected, but it turns out he actually reinjured the hamstring while trying to run. There's no timetable for his return. "It was getting better, but I was running the bases and felt it pull again, so I'm kind of back to where we were," Morrison said Thursday. "I'm in the pool and walking the treadmill and stuff like that. So I'm progressing again and hopefully soon I'll be back to running and after that back out there playing. It's been a while."

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said Monday that Logan Morrison's right hamstring is "not responding."

"I have been [surprised]," McClendon said. "It is what it is. There's no sense in arguing about it. I get him when I get him. Until then, I'll just read his tweets." The M's were originally hoping that LoMo could return when first eligible, but that time came and went a week ago. There's no timetable for his return.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Logan Morrison (hamstring) is not ready for a rehab assignment yet.

LoMo is eligible to return from the DL Wednesday, but he's not even ready for rehab games yet. He remains in Seattle to work with team trainers and there's no timetable for the 26-year-old's return.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 3 Months

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon expects Logan Morrison (hamstring) to need a rehab assignment before returning.

It's not clear when the rehab assignment will come. LoMo was placed on the DL nearly a week ago with a strained right hamstring. He figures to be ready by early May.

Logan Morrison 1B/DH SEA 4 Months

Mariners placed OF/1B Logan Morrison on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 15, with a right hamstring strain.

Morrison actually suffered the injury on Monday before he took an at-bat or went to his position. It's not clear at this point how long he might be sidelined. LoMo was off to a .150/.227/.150 start with no homers and no RBI in eight games so far this season.