J.D. Martinez (foot) took batting practice on Wednesday.
J.D. Martinez (foot) hasn't been cleared to run or participate in outfield drills.
Tigers GM Al Avila told MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM that J.D. Martinez (foot) "should be playing in games in the next few days."
J.D. Martinez is scheduled to face live pitching Wednesday in Lakeland, Florida for the first time since suffering a Lisfranc sprain in his right foot.
J.D. Martinez (foot) took batting practice on Monday.
J.D. Martinez (foot) began taking swings on Friday and is progressing well in his recovery according to Tigers' manager Brad Ausmus.
J.D. Martinez (foot) is continuing his physical therapy at the Tigers' spring training complex and reports on his recovery are positive.
J.D. Martinez (foot) is headed back to see Dr. Robert Anderson to be re-evaluated.
J.D. Martinez had the cast removed from his right foot on Monday.
J.D. Martinez will have the cast on his sprained right foot removed on Monday.
Tigers placed OF J.D. Martinez on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to March 30, with a right mid-foot sprain.
J.D. Martinez will be shut down for 3-4 weeks after being diagnosed with a sprained Lisfranc ligament in his right foot.
J.D. Martinez said Wednesday that he's able to put weight on his sprained right foot.
J.D. Martinez (foot) will undergo a stress CT scan while visiting Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte on Friday.