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Cairo working his way back at Dayton

Cairo working his way back at Dayton

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Cairo working his way back at Dayton
PITTSBURGH -- Infielder Miguel Cairo, who is rehabbing his strained left hamstring, is 0-for-10 through three games for Class A Dayton. Cairo was the designated hitter on Thursday and played third base on Friday and Saturday.

Reds manager Dusty Baker on Sunday was unsure if Cairo will rejoin the team for its upcoming series in Milwaukee.

"He was 0-for-4 Saturday night, and I don't know what the aftermath was," Baker said. "He said he felt good, so we'll see today. I've got to find out today."

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