Brendan Maloy
Tuesday April 15th, 2014

Michael Bourn hit .263/.316/.360 with 23 stolen bases for the Indians last season. (Jason Miller/Getty Images) Michael Bourn hit .263/.316/.360 with 23 stolen bases for the Indians last season. (Jason Miller/Getty Images)

The Cleveland Indians have activated outfielder Michael Bourn from the disabled list and optioned Nyjer Morgan to their triple-A team to make room on the roster, according to Matt Snyder of CBSSports.com.

Bourn has missed all of the 2014 season so far with a hamstring injury that he suffered in spring training. He is currently in the second year of a four year contract with Cleveland that is worth $48 million.

Morgan signed a minor league contract with the Indians this offseason, and has hit the ball well to start the season with the major league club, going 8-for-23 with four RBIs. VERDUCCI: Overuse of young pitchers fueling MLB's Tommy John surgery problem

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