The 36-year-old opened the season on the disabled list with a left hamstring strain. But while on a rehab assignment in late April at Double-A Jacksonville, Furcal strained his right groin.
"Hopefully, he will continue to progress," Redmond said. "We've been down that road before. So hopefully this time he's good, feels good and gets healthy."
As a position player, Furcal is eligible to have up to 20 rehab assignment games.
"We didn't really talk about how many games," Redmond said. "But it's just like we talked about earlier when he starts coming back. He's got to be able to show his legs can play multiple days in a row and he can feel good and be able to run. That's the biggest thing."