by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com (5/20/2013) Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison began a rehab assignment with Class A Jupiter Monday.
Morrison went 2 for 5 as the designated hitter and No. 3 batter. He singled twice.
Morrison is expected to spend about a week playing for the Hammerheads before moving onto Double-A Jacksonville and then Triple-A New Orleans, according to MLB.com. Morrison remains on track for an early June return.
Rehab plan mapped out for Logan Morrison
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (5/19/2013) Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison, who begins a rehab assignment Monday with Class A Jupiter, is expected to spend about a week playing for the Hammerheads before moving onto Double-A Jacksonville and then Triple-A New Orleans, according to MLB.com. Morrison remains on track for an early June return.
Logan Morrison set for rehab opener
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (5/17/2013) Marlins manager Mike Redmond told The Palm Beach Post Friday that he expects first baseman Logan Morrison to begin his minor-league rehabilitation Monday at Class A Jupiter.
Morrison has been out all season while recovering from knee surgery. He is expected to return to the Marlins lineup in early June.
Logan Morrison to begin rehab assignment next week
"June 1 is what I’m shooting for," Morrison said. "My knee’s holding up fine. And the bat’s coming along. But I still have a ways to go."
Manager expects Logan Morrison to return around June 1
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (5/14/2013) Marlins manager Mike Redmond said during a interview on MLB Network Radio Tuesday morning the team is expecting first baseman Logan Morrison, who has been out all season recovering from knee surgery, to make his season debut in early June.
"LoMo is just starting to play some (extended spring) games," Redmond said. "This week, he's going to start playing defense. He's available right around June 1."
Logan Morrison homers in extended spring training
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (5/11/2013) Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison, who is being used as a designated hitter in extended spring training while recovering from knee surgery, had a home run and went 2 for 3 with a walk Friday in Jupiter.
Morrison will likely begin a full minor-league rehabilitation stint soon, though the team has not announced when. He will likely need to take the field defensively before they consider sending him out. He is eligible to come off the disabled list May 30.
Logan Morrison ready for ext. spring training games
Morrison has been recovering since undergoing offseason knee surgery.
"He's been able to run the bases and do his stuff," manager Mike Redmond said Monday. "He's ready for some game action. He'll be able to go out there and start getting some at-bats."
Logan Morrison may be out longer than expected
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (5/4/2013) Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison, who is recovering from offseason knee surgery, isn't expected to rejoin the team until mid-June at the earliest, according to the Palm Beach Post.
Morrison, who is eligible to come off the 60-day disabled list May 30, will need to play in extended spring training games and start a rehab assignment in the minors before being reinstated.
Tentative date set for Logan Morrison's rehab
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (4/25/2013) Marlins manager Mike Redmond told reporters Thursday that first baseman Logan Morrison continues to recover from offseason knee surgery. Morrison has yet to start running the bases as part of his recovery, but the team already has a tentative timetable for his return to game action.
The team would like Morrison to play in a minor-league rehab game May 10. It is not clear when the team would expect to call him up to the majors.
Logan Morrison ramping up cardio workouts
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (4/7/2013) Marlins manager Mike Redmond told MLB.com Sunday that first baseman Logan Morrison, on the 60-day disabled list, has been increasing his cardiovascular exercises of late.
Morrison, who has been taking batting practice and fielding grounders, should start running by the end of the week. The 25-year-old is recovering from knee surgery and is hoping to return by the end of May.
Don't expect much from Logan Morrison in first half
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (3/31/2013) The Marlins made many shocking moves Sunday, including putting first baseman Logan Morrison on the 60-day disabled list, which assures he won't be back until late May. Morrison had been aiming to return in April, but the Marlins will be cautious since he has a history of knee problems.
What does this mean for Fantasy owners? It likely means we shouldn't expect much from 25-year-old slugger in the first half. Morrison now becomes more of a DL stashee as a potential second-half sleeper. If he can showcase some of the power he displayed in 2011, then it could be worth the wait for Fantasy owners.
Rehab crawling along for Logan Morrison
by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com (3/31/2013) The Marlins placed first baseman/outfielder Logan Morrison on the 60-day disabled list Sunday as his recovery from right knee surgery has been slow moving. Morrison is expected to take over starting duties at first base once he returns, which is tentatively scheduled for the end of May.
Logan Morrison a week away from baseball activities
by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com (3/28/2013)Logan Morrison, rehabbing from offseason knee surgery, is about a week away from running and fielding ground balls for the first time, the Miami Herald reports.
Morrison hopes to return to the Marlins by "early to middle of May." He is slated to be the club's starting first baseman when he returns.
Marlins hope Logan Morrison is ready in April
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (3/20/2013) CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman reports the Marlins hope first baseman Logan Morrison (knee) will be ready to play in April. He only began hitting off a tee Tuesday, according to The Palm Beach Post.
Logan Morrison hitting off a tee
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (3/19/2013) Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison, who is recovering from September knee surgery, started hitting off a tee, according to the Palm Beach Post. Morrison does not have a timetable for a return and may not be ready for the start of the season.
Morrison 'excited' to run
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (2/21/2013) Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison, who is recovering from September knee surgery, said he will start running on a treadmill Thursday, according to The Palm Beach Post. Morrison admitted, however, he's prepared for the possibility he will not be ready by the start of the season. I didnt think I was going to be so excited to hear that I was going to be able to run on a treadmill. I got pretty pumped up, he said. Eight months of not being able to run and when I did run before that it wasnt very fun because it was painful. Weve got to take it slow still, but I think we are about to get over that hump.
Morrison targets April 15?
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (2/19/2013) Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison, who is recovering from September knee surgery, posted on his Twitter account Tuesday he has been cleared to run on a treadmill after meeting with Dr. Richard Steadman. Morrison wrote: "Just got cleared to run.. on a treadmill.. In a anti gravity bubble. Baby step, but I'll take it. Never thought I was going to this excited." Morrison's agent, Fred Wray, told The Miami Herald could be in the lineup by April 15, "assuming thats what the Marlins want to do." "The way he's progressing, at the rate he's progressing, that looks like it's going to be the target date," Wray said.
Marlins concerned with Morrison
by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer (2/15/2013) When the Marlins announced the minor league deal reached with Casey Kotchman on Friday, team president Larry Beinfest said that the move was partly because Logan Morrison's return from knee surgery isn't coming along as quickly as the team hoped. "I don't know if you want to call [Kotchman] insurance," Beinfest told the Miami Herald, "but, yeah, we have some concern that Lomo's not going to be ready."
LoMo not running at full strength
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (2/5/2013) MLB.com reports Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison (knee) will not be running at full strength when camp opens Feb. 15. He might be cleared to increase his workload by the end of February. "I think we're all aware of kind of where he is," Marlins president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest said. "Although you never really know until he gets on his legs and gets out on the field. I think it's premature at this point to say exactly what that timetable is until he gets on the field."
Morrison yet to be cleared
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (1/12/2013) The Sun Sentinel reported Saturday that Marlins outfielder Logan Morrison has yet to be cleared to hit or run following knee surgery, placing his availability for Opening Day in question. Morrison ended last season on the disabled list, and underwent his second knee surgery in as many seasons. At this point, it looks like he may not be ready to participate in spring training.