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Greene was back in the starting lineup Monday after leaving Sunday's game at Houston after being hit by a pitch from Brandon Backe. Greene, who missed six games recently with a sprained middle finger on his left hand, had X-rays Sunday that were negative. He had an appointment to see team doctors that was canceled when Greene woke up and said his finger felt fine.
Greene left Sunday's game after being hit by a pitch in his left hand. The San Diego Padres' shortstop just returned to the lineup on Friday after missing six games because of a sprained middle finger.
Greene returned to the Padres on Friday after missing four games with a sprained middle finger on his left hand. The shortstop went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in a 4-2 loss to the Houston Astros after being cleared to play by a specialist earlier in the day.
Greene will visit a specialist in Houston on Friday to examine his sprained middle finger on his left hand. "We are concerned now with Greeney," Padres manager Bruce Bochy said. "We definitely thought he would be ready to go in the series. He's not. He's not responding as well as he was the first day that he hurt it. He made so much progress, that is why there was optimism he'd be ready in New York. We're going to have him looked at in Houston by a hand specialist."
Greene left the Padres' 5-2 win over the Houston Astros on Thursday after the sixth inning due to a sprained middle finger on his left hand. The shortstop suffered the injury while hitting in the fourth inning and underwent X-rays that were negative. He is listed as day-to-day and will undergo further tests. Geoff Blum is expected to fill-in for the injured Greene.
Greene hit a two-run single with one out in the ninth inning as the Padres beat the San Francisco Giants 6-5 on Friday to hold onto first place in the National League West.
Greene left San Diego's Saturday game in the third inning with a bruised left shin. The Padres' shortstop didn't play against Arizona on Sunday, but he is expected to be ready when the Padres host the first of four key games against division rival San Francisco on Monday night.
Greene will be back Tuesday to start against the Diamondbacks, two weeks earlier than previously expected. He has recovered quickly from a non-displaced fracture in his left big toe, which he suffered on August 14.
The Padres now expect Greene to miss about four weeks -- rather than the 2-3 weeks originally estimated -- as his broken left big toe is a bit more serious than initially thought. The shortstop, who suffered the injury diving for a grounder in San Diego's 8-3 loss to Philadelphia last Sunday, will be sidelined until mid-September.
Greene suffered a non-displaced fracture of his left big toe and will miss 2-3 weeks of action after he was injured diving for a grounder in San Diego's 8-3 loss to Philadelphia on Sunday. The Padres' shortstop will be placed on the disabled list and will undergo a CT scan on the toe Monday. He is batting .257 with 10 home runs and 49 RBI in 92 games this season.
After being activated from the disabled list earlier this month, Greene struggled a bit, notching just one hit in his first 16 at-bats. The Padres' shortstop appears to have found his groove this week, with his best performance coming in a win over the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday, when he went 2-for-4 with a pair of three-run homers and a career-high six RBI.
Greene has been activated from the 15-day disabled list by the San Diego Padres, and he is expected to be in the lineup for Monday's meeting with the Cincinnati Reds. The shortstop, who has been sidelined since mid-April with a broken finger on his right hand, fills the roster spot of the demoted Jesse Garcia.
Greene will resume his duties as the Padres' everyday shortstop. Prior to his injury, he was batting .242 with five RBI in 10 games.
Greene is slated to join Class-A Lake Elsinore on Tuesday to begin a minor league rehab assignment, as he continues to recover from a broken finger on his right hand. Barring any setbacks, the shortstop could be back with the Padres as early as next Monday for the opener of a three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds. He will be evaluated on a daily basis to determine his status.
Geoff Blum has been filling in at short during Greene's absence, but was placed on the disabled list on Monday because of a chest bruise. Until Greene is back on the field, Jesse Garcia will handle the duties for San Diego. For the season, Greene is batting .242 with five RBI in 10 games.
Greene, who has been sidelined since April 16 with a fractured right ring finger, may be able to return to San Diego's lineup in the next 7-10 days.
Geoff Blum, who replaced Greene at shortstop, is also sidelined, meaning Jesse garcia will fill in until Blum and/or Greene returns to the lineup.
As anticipated, Greene has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by the San Diego Padres, due to a broken right ring finger. The shortstop suffered the injury when he tried to knock down an errant throw from catcher Ramon Hernandez on a stolen-base attempt in the first inning of Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. X-rays revealed the fracture, and Padres manager Bruce Bochy said Greene will miss roughly a month.
Outfielder Dave Roberts was activated to fill the void on the active roster. The Padres will look to Geoff Blum and Jesse Garcia to handle the shortstop duties until Greene is able to return. For the season, Greene is batting .242 with five RBI in 10 games.
Greene fractured the ring finger on his right hand in San Diego's loss to the Dodgers on Saturday. The Padres' shortstop suffered the injury when he tried to knock down an errant throw from catcher Ramon Hernandez on a stolen-base attempt in the first inning. X-rays revealed the fracture, and Padres manager Bruce Bochy said Greene will miss roughly a month.
It's the second straight season that Greene has broken a finger on his right hand at Dodger Stadium. As a rookie last September, Greene fractured his right index finger fielding a grounder.