Reigning rookie of the year Ramirez hurt vs. Phillies

MIAMI -- Injuries sidelined Florida Marlins shortstop
Hanley Ramirez and left fielder Josh Willingham on Sunday, but both said
they expect to be back in the lineup soon.

Ramirez left the game against Philadelphia in the first inning
with a stiff right hamstring. Willingham was a late scratch with a
stiff lower back.

Ramirez pulled up limping after he ran out a routine grounder to
short. He said his hamstring felt better after the game.

"It was pretty tight, like a cramp," the 2006 NL rookie of the
year said. "It's way better. I'm OK. I'm going to try to be in
there Monday."

Manager Fredi Gonzalez said Ramirez will be given Monday off as
a precaution.

Willingham, who came within a single of hitting for the cycle
Saturday, has been bothered by back trouble in the past but said
the symptoms were less severe this time. He said he hopes to play
Monday against Milwaukee.