Quick hits

Rajai Davis said his right hamstring, which kept him out of action for about a week with lingering soreness, felt fine Tuesday after he played three innings in left field. He's expected to be in the starting lineup and play five innings Wednesday against the Phillies.

Don Kelly said Tuesday morning his aching right hamstring is "getting better" and should allow him to be ready for Opening Day.

Phil Coke was on the pitching list for Tuesday's game but did not make an appearance. He has been feeling ill the past couple days, according to Ausmus.

• Left-hander Blaine Hardy was scheduled to pitch Tuesday, but he did not. Ausmus said with the game out of hand, they decided to give the ninth inning to prospect Corey Knebel, who had been called over from Minor League camp as an extra arm for the day. Knebel retired the side in order with one strikeout. Hardy, one of three relievers believed to be competing for two bullpen spots, said he hadn't been told anything about his status.

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