"It’s nice," Green said, per the Orange County Register. "I feel comfortable there. I have felt comfortable there for a long time. It’s nice to get back in the infield and play kind of where I want to play."
Green is at the keystone position and batting ninth for manager Mike Scioscia, while Johnny Giavotella gets the day off.
Tolleson was lifted in the sixth inning of Tuesday's game, though no injury was initially reported. The injury to Tolleson required Russell Martin, who originally came up as an infielder, to play a couple of innings at second base on Wednesday. It was just the second time in his career that Martin played at second.
The team has not provided an update on Tolleson's status for Friday's game in Minnesota.
Pedroia belted two, two-run home runs off starter Phil Hughes, giving him seven longballs on the season. The home runs were his only hits on the afternoon, as he extended his current hitting streak to seven games.
"Pedey today is the one boost for us, [the guy] who comes up every day, shows up ready to compete," manager John Farrell said, per MLB.com.
During the streak, Pedroia's batting average has risen from .270 to its current .290 clip.
During the streak, Kipnis has 12 hits in 29 at-bats, as he's seen his season average rise from .327 to .342 during the seven-game stretch.
On Wednesday, he is playing second base and batting eighth on Wednesday. The team has not announced a corresponding move for Flaherty's activation.
Eric Sogard will spell Semien at shortstop and bat ninth on Wednesday afternoon.
The next step for Travis is to swing a bat, according to Sportsnet. Manager John Gibbons said Travis isn't "too far off" in his recovery, and a rehab assignment could start this weekend.
The rookie second baseman is eligible to come off of the DL on Monday, but may not be quite ready by then. He received a cortisone shot last week, and started to see some progress Tuesday.
"The first few days were pretty sore," Travis said, per MLB.com. "I guess after the shot I was like, 'Man, this shot made it worse.' The doctor said that's normal, though. They get that shot pretty deep down in there. The first couple of days are sore, and yesterday was really like the first day where I started feeling good again.
"I feel much better," Travis said. "Every day since I got the shot has been much better. That's what we're shooting for. Literally, every day there has been a noticeable difference."
When he comes back, the rookie second baseman will pick up a modest four-game hitting streak and a .271 season batting average.
The team has not provided an update on the status of either player, but with the team off on Thursday, there's a chance they could return for Friday's game in Baltimore.
Kipnis hit in his sixth straight game and has driven in runs in four of his last five games. He now has five home runs and 22 RBi on the season.
Hernan Perez is getting the start at second base while batting ninth in the order.