PHOENIX -- Diamondbacks center fielder Chris Young underwent a full workout under watchful eyes at Chase Field on Monday, and it appears he could return in two weeks.
Young took 50 swings in the batting cage in early work and threw in the outfield from up to 120 feet, the first time he had done both in the same day since suffering a slight ligament tear in his right shoulder that landed him on the disabled list April 18.
While Young will need a rehab assignment before he returns, manager Kirk Gibson said, Young remains on track to rejoin the D-backs before right-handers Daniel Hudson and Takashi Saito and shortstop Stephen Drew.
Gibson and general manager Kevin Towers watched Young, who was off to such a fast start that he remains tied for second on the team with 13 RBIs despite missing the last 18 games.
A few days ago, I didnt know Id be able to do all that, Young said. "But you get around teammates and your coaches, it motivates you in the right way. You get the GM behind you...