"All he's been doing is getting some at-bats in the extended spring, not running the bases," Collins said. "We know he's been doing some kind of baseball activity, but [Tuesday] they're going to have him do the half moons around the back of the infield to see how he is."
If all goes well with the running drills on Tuesday, Tejada could be playing in rehab games in extended spring action on Wednesday or Thursday. Collins said Tejada shouldn't need more than a few rehab games because he's already taking at-bats.
Tejada was batting .305 with eight RBIs before the injury.