Longoria worked out on the field Saturday with a boot on his injured left foot, Amy Gutierrez of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Longoria has been out nearly a week with plantar fasciitis. He said Tuesday that he was hoping to return in two weeks, though the Giants have yet to provide a specific timeline for his return.
Longoria (foot) hopes to return to action in two weeks, Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune reports. Longoria landed on the 10-day injured list with plantar fasciitis Monday, and reports that day indicated that he'd be out for more than the minimum 10 days. The third baseman sounds optimistic that he won't miss too much longer than the minimum, though he also gave one month as the long end of his expected timeline, so there's not a ton of clarity at the moment. He'll visit a specialist when the Giants return home on Thursday, at which point a clearer timetable could emerge.
Longoria will miss more than 10 days with a strained plantar fascia in his left foot, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports. The Giants were originally optimistic that Longoria could be back in action Monday, but an MRI revealed a strain which will keep him out for some time. Pablo Sandoval will act as the primary option at third base while Longoria is sidelined.
Longoria (foot) is not starting the first game of Monday's doubleheader against the Rockies. The rest was expected after Longoria left Sunday's game against the Brewers due to plantar fasciitis. The Giants were reportedly optimistic at the time that Longoria could start in Monday's nightcap, which remains a possibility. Pablo Sandoval fills in at the hot corner in the meantime.
Longoria (foot) is dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, though manager Bruce Bochy is optimistic he'll be ready to play in Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader against the Rockies, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Longoria was forced to exit Sunday's series finale in Milwaukee, but the hope is that the issue won't cause him to miss much time. The Giants should have a better idea on his availability following the first half of Monday's twin bill.