D-Backs' Mark Trumbo likely has stress fracture in left foot
Bad news for the Diamondbacks, as slugging outfielder Mark Trumbo may have a foot fracture.
Following the win, Gibby announced that MRI on Trumbo shows an apparent stress fracture in his left foot. Will seek second opinion at home— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) April 23, 2014
Trumbo missed the last two games with what had been described as a "sore foot," but it now appears to be much more serious than that. If the above diagnosis is confirmed, then Trumbo will likely be facing a lengthy absence. Suffice it to say, that would be a blow to the already reeling Diamondbacks. Regarding that absence, here's Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic ...
Trumbo didn't offer a timetable. He said he had a stress fracture in right foot in 2011. Took 5 1/2 months to heal. Said this isn't as bad.— Nick Piecoro (@nickpiecoro) April 23, 2014
This season, Trumbo, age 28, is batting .210/.264/.506 with seven home runs in 21 games. He's coming off a 2013 season in which he hit 34 homers for the Angels.
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