Seattle’s Michael Morse Suffers Quadriceps Strain, Listed Day-to Day

Mariners NewsSeattle Mariners right fielder Michael Morse suffered a right quadriceps strain in last night’s action  against the San Diego Padres trying to score from first base on a double.

Morse was clearly laboring as he reached third and was easily thrown out at home after being waived home by third-base coach Daren Brown.

For the time being, Morse has been listed as day-to-day and was replaced the lineup by Jason Bay.

Morse has dealt with other injuries this year. In April, Morse missed three games with a small fracture in his right pinky finger.

The Mariners face the Padres for another two-game set, this time in Petco Park. Joe Saunders (3-5, 6.09) will try to put together a good road start against the Padres and left-hander Eric Stults (4-4, 4.22).

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Justin Smoak  continues to work on his rehab from straining an oblique muscle. Smoke is scheduled to take batting practice on Wednesday in San Diego and there is no definitive timetable set for his return.
 


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