Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 2 Months

Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said Thursday that Mark Trumbo (foot) is still "three weeks away, base-case scenario, from full baseball activities."

He'll need another week of rehab games after that, meaning that Trumbo won't return until mid-July at the earliest. The All-Star break is July 14-17, so it sounds like he probably won't be back until the second half. Trumbo was supposed to miss six weeks after going down in late April, so obviously his recovery from a stress fracture hasn't gone as hoped.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 2 Months

The Diamondbacks are hoping that Mark Trumbo (foot) will be ready to return during the third week of June.

Trumbo took 50 swings off a tee Thursday for a second straight day and also ran on an AlterG treadmill. He'll undergo another CT scan next week, at which point he could be cleared for additional activities. Trumbo has been out since late April with a stress fracture in his left foot and would figure to need a decent number of rehab at-bats.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 2 Months

Mark Trumbo (foot) said that "everything felt good" when he took 50 swings off a tee Thursday for a second straight day.

"As good as I could have hoped for," Trumbo said. "Everything felt good." It's the first swings Trumbo has taken since he went on the disabled list back in late April with a stress fracture in his left foot. Trumbo has also begun to run on the AlterG treadmill, which allows him to run on just 20 percent of his body weight. He will undergo another CT scan next week.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 2 Months

Mark Trumbo (foot) will hit in a batting cage on Wednesday.

It will be his first time doing so since he went on the disabled list back in late April with a stress fracture in his left foot. Trumbo will undergo another CT scan next week, at which point he could be cleared for additional activity. He's already nearly five weeks into his projected six-week timetable, so it's looking like Trumbo will be back a little later than initially expected.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 3 Months

Mark Trumbo says that he is pain free and has reported "significant healing" in his injured left foot.

He remains a week away from doing any real activity, so he still could wind up sidelined longer than the initial six-week timetable estimated initially. Expect him to return to the lineup at some point in June.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 3 Months

Mark Trumbo will have a doctor's visit this week to determine the progress of the stress fracture in his left foot.

Trumbo isn't expected back until at least the second week of June, but the D'Backs want to monitor his progress every step of the way. It will be a while before he's cleared for any activity.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 3 Months

Mark Trumbo (foot) is expected to miss six weeks of action.

Trumbo is dealing with a third metatarsal stress fracture in his left foot. After missing nearly six months of action with a stress fracture in his right foot in 2011, a six-week timetable this time around seems like good news. Gerardo Parra, Cody Ross and A.J. Pollock will be Arizona's primary outfielders while Trumbo is sidelined.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 3 Months

Diamondbacks placed OF Mark Trumbo on the 15-day disabled list with a stress fracture in his left foot.

Trumbo was diagnosed with the injury on Wednesday in Chicago and flew back to Phoenix, Arizona for a range of tests to determine the severity. He missed almost six months with a stress fracture in his right foot in 2011, but he told reporters that this one doesn't feel as bad. Cody Ross stands to get a significant boost in playing time.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 3 Months

Mark Trumbo has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in his left foot.

It was originally called "soreness," but an MRI taken Wednesday revealed a broken bone. Trumbo is headed back to Arizona for further examination. The 28-year-old slugger could be looking at an extended absence.

Mark Trumbo 1B/LF.. ARI 3 Months

Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said that Mark Trumbo is not in the lineup Tuesday partly because he's dealing with a sore left foot.

It doesn't sound like a big deal, but there's no reason to push the slugger this early in the season. Trumbo should be back in there Wednesday. Aaron Hill and Miguel Montero are also sitting out for the D'Backs.