Raburn (foot) is in the starting lineup Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, batting fifth and playing left field, Jack Magruder of Fanrag Sports reports. Raburn had been limited to occasional pinch hit appearances over the past week, but it seems that his foot is fully healed. He'll slot into the Colorado outfield in place of rookie David Dahl in order to face Arizona left-hander Robbie Ray.
Raburn (foot) is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against San Diego. Raburn has been on the shelf since Monday due to a foot contusion, and he'll miss at least one more game Thursday. With Gerardo Parra (hamstring) also ailing, the Rockies are relatively thin in the corner outfield spots behind Carlos Gonzalez and Thursday's starting left fielder David Dahl.
Raburn left Monday's game with a foot contusion, Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post reports. Before being pulled from the game, Raburn had gone 0-for-3 with two strikeouts. He was replaced by David Dahl in left field upon his departure. As of now, Raburn is being considered day-to-day.
Raburn (knee), who doubled in a pinch-hit opportunity Saturday, is out of the lineup Sunday against the Mets. Raburn was scheduled to start the second game of the series Friday, but had to be scratched due to a knee contusion. He was back in action Saturday to suggest he's healthy, but with the Rockies facing tough right-hander Noah Syndergaard on Sunday, Raburn will get the day off. The Rockies aren't expected to face a southpaw until next Thursday (Scott Kazmir), so it wouldn't be too surprising to see Raburn held out until then, as the team seems comfortable giving the young David Dahl regular starts in left. That being said, he should remain available as a bench option.
Raburn was scratched from Friday's lineup with a left knee contusion, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports. Raburn will miss out on the Rockies' first game against a lefty since July 19 due the knee issue. The Rockies are saying it's just a bruise, which would suggest Raburn's safe from the DL, but his availability for the rest of the weekend is uncertain. David Dahl is now slated to man left field and bat seventh.