It looks like the Phillies could have outfielder Brandon Marsh back for their series down in Baltimore this weekend.

Marsh, was the DH in a rehab assignment playing for Reading and went 3-5 on the night with three singles. He is slated to play center field on Friday night and could join the team in Baltimore on Saturday.

"I'm feeling really confident, feeling 100%," Marsh told reporters before tonight's game.  In the most humble way, I feel ready."

The 26-year-old outfielder suffered a hamstring strain back on June 2 in a game against the St. Louis Cardinals.  Marsh was rounding second base, when the injury occurred and had to leave the game.

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He was placed on the 10-day IL and was eligible to come off today.

The Phillies could use his bat, especially with multiple right-handed pitchers set to face the team down in Baltimore this weekend,  so having his left-handed bat would be a big boost.

David Dahl has been getting the starts against right-handed pitching, and went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts on Thursday against Boston, dropping his average to .263 after a hot start, hitting two home runs in his first give games.

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