DETROIT -- Torii Hunter hit the field Wednesday at Comerica Park to test out his sore right hamstring a bit while playing catch with third-base coach Dave Clark to keep his arm fresh. However, he was still eyeing this weekend's series in Cleveland for his return.
Hunter said Wednesday morning his hamstring, which cramped up on him last weekend before forcing him out of Monday's game running to first base on a base hit, was feeling "a lot better," but it was still not playable. He has not swung a bat, let alone run bases.
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