As many suspected, Jacoby Ellsbury does indeed have a fractured right foot.
Technically, it's a "compression fracture of the navicular bone". The
bottom line is the Red Sox have no clue when he'll return. Despite the
optimistic prognostications of manager John Farrell, it all
depends on how quick a healer Ellsbury is. The "non-displaced" hairline
fracture requires that he remain in a boot for at least the next five
days, and there is actually talk that he could be back on the field in
as little as 10 days. Given the track record of the Red Sox medical
staff, don't hold your breath.