The Tigers are expected to receive the latest medical report on shortstop Jose Iglesias later Wednesday.

But regardless of the contents, Iglesias still doesn’t figure to play again for the Tigers before 2015.

“We do not plan on having Iglesias back with us this year,” Dave Dombrowski, the Tigers president and general manager, told The News on Wednesday morning.

Iglesias, 24, went down during spring training with what, at the time, were deemed shin splints. Soon after, however, they were being referred to as shin fractures.

Surgery wasn’t deemed necessary, but rest and rehabilitation have been — and that’s what Iglesias has been doing.

But any glimmer of hope that he might find his way back to Detroit in 2014 is being shot down.

“He is progressing as projected,” Dombrowski said. “But we do not think he will be ready at any point this season to play.”

The Tigers’ biggest void is at the shortstop position, where Andrew Romine has struggled to hit with any consistency —and lately, has struggled defensively, as well. Danny Worth is a serviceable backup.