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Marrero moving forward in rehab assignment

Marrero moving forward in rehab assignment

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Marrero moving forward in rehab assignment
TORONTO -- Chris Marrero, who has yet to play a game this season after tearing his left hamstring in November, is making good progress on his rehab assignment.

The 23-year-old, who is currently at Double-A Harrisburg, hit .412, with one homer and four RBIs in six games with low Class A Hagerstown and Class A Advanced Potomac.

"Chris is doing better," Nationals manager Davey Johnson said. "He played nine innings the other day. He comes out of it and is still sore. I think he's not risking any injury right now, so he should come through pretty quickly."

In 31 games last season, Washington's 2006 first-round Draft pick batted .248, with 10 RBIs over 109 at-bats.

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