Good news for the surprising Florida Marlins, as their young first baseman has recovered from a sprained arch in his left foot and is ready to return to the lineup. From Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post:
The move isn’t official yet, but Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez said the team plans to activate Logan Morrison from the disabled list in time to join the Marlins in Washington on Friday.
The corresponding roster move has already been made, with the Marlins sending outfielder Bryan Petersen down to Triple-A. At the time of his injury, Morrison was among the league leaders in batting average (.327), on-base percentage (.424), and retweets (42,082). He is also one of the top left fielders in baseball -- top 30 at least, if you ask him.
Also of note: Morrison's cast sold for $1500, which will go to charity. Well, the money will go to charity, while the cast will go to a guy wearing teal who likes to own other people's casts.