Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
1 day ago

Segura (ankle) went 1-for-3 with a walk in his return from the disabled list Wednesday against Detroit.

EDGE Analysis

After missing the last 18 games with an ankle injury, there seemed to be no lingering effects as the 27-year-old ran around the bases to score twice in the late innings. Segura, who is batting .341 on the year, will move back into his everyday role at shortstop, where he will look to continue his hot season at the plate.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
2 days ago

Segura (ankle) was activated from the disabled list ahead of Wednesday's game against the Tigers, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. He is starting at shortstop and leading off.

EDGE Analysis

As expected, Segura is back with the team after appearing in a pair of rehab games earlier in the week. The 27-year-old, who compiled a .341/.391/.462 triple slash with seven stolen bases in 43 games before landing on the DL, will face Justin Verlander in his return to the lineup. Tyler Smith was sent back to Triple-A in a corresponding roster move.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
3 days ago

Segura (ankle) is expected to be activated from the disabled list Thursday, Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

Segura was originally thought to potentially be ready for a Wednesday return, but the Mariners will hold off one day just to be safe. He began a rehab assignment Monday as the Triple-A affiliate's designated hitter and is expected to play shortstop Tuesday. As long as all goes well with that, the young shortstop should resume his normal position at shortstop Thursday, moving Taylor Mother to the bench.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
5 days ago

Mariners manager Scott Servais confirmed that Segura (ankle) would begin a rehab assignment Monday with Triple-A Tacoma, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

Segura's high-ankle sprain didn't seem to bother him too much while he was running the bases and moving laterally in the field during his workout Saturday, so the Mariners have cleared him to move on to the final phase of the recovery process. According to Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune, the infielder indicated after the workout that he wasn't 100 percent healthy, but believes that he's made substantial progress and could be ready to rejoin the Mariners by midweek. It's expected that Segura will serve as Tacoma's designated hitter Monday and play shortstop Tuesday before coming off the disabled list the following day in a best-case scenario. Taylor Motter, who has been serving as the Mariners' everyday shortstop the last two-plus weeks, would likely settle back into a utility role once Segura is activated.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
6 days ago

Segura said his ankle is nearing 100 percent and he is hoping to begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma on Monday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Segura is set to test his ankle with on-field workouts Saturday, and if all goes well he could head out on a two-game rehab assignment before possibly returning to the Mariners after that. If this scheduled holds, the 27-year-old could be back for Wednesday's game against the Tigers.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
1 week ago

Segura (ankle) probably will play at least one rehab game at Triple-A Tacoma over the upcoming weekend, Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. This probably puts him on track to return on the Mariners' next homestand against the Tigers, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's good news for the speedy infielder, and fantasy players in weekly lineups could slide Segura back in with confidence for their next deadline lock as long as he makes it through the weekend OK.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
1 week ago

Segura (ankle) performed running and agility work Wednesday but doesn't look likely to return before early next week, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

Manager Scott Servais had originally expressed hope that his newly-minted shortstop would be ready to play in at least one game during the coming weekend series versus the Rangers, yet he now concedes he might not meet that goal. Segura also took full batting practice Wednesday and reported feeling fine after his agility drills, but it appears increasingly likely the Mariners will err on the side of caution with respect to his return.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
1 week ago

Segura (ankle) is scheduled to take batting practice Wednesday, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Segura was able to test his ankle running Tuesday, and apparently everything went well as he's now set to take batting practice for the first time since suffering the high ankle sprain. If all goes well, the Mariners are hoping Segura will be able to return sometime next week, which would be ahead of scheduled.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
1 week ago

Segura (ankle) is expected to do some running Tuesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's hard to imagine Segura will really cut it loose, as he reported feeling some soreness while moving to his right during fielding drills Monday. A late-June return appears to be the best-case scenario for Segura, who was off to an outstanding start with his new team (.341/.391/.462) before suffering the high-ankle sprain. He was rewarded for that hot start with a new five-year, $70 million extension.

Jean Segura
2B/SS SEA
2 weeks ago

Segura (ankle) fielded grounders prior to Monday's game against the Twins, Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

It's Segura's first on-field activity since he suffered the high-ankle sprain June 1. The shortstop is hopeful to come off the disabled list by the end of June, but a return date probably won't come into focus until he's cleared to resume running the bases.