The Padres have possibly suffered their first significant injury of the spring.

Infielder Logan Forsythe will miss at least three to four days with plantar fasciitis.

“He’s got a foot issue and we’re going to stay away from it for three or four days,” Padres manager Bud Black said after Forsythe missed a second straight day. “We’re having it looked at.”

Forsythe, 26, who figures to be prominent at second and short as well as serving as a possible backup to Carlos Quentin in left, has a history of foot problems.

Last spring he had the sesamoid bone in the ball of his left foot surgically removed after suffering a stress fracture. He had the same bone in his right foot removed while at the University of Arkansas in 2007.

He missed the first two months of the 2012 season on the disabled list, delaying his promotion to the Padres. He hit .273 with six homers and 26 RBI with the Padres in 91 games last season after joining the Padres on June 3.