Izturis wasted no time getting into the starting lineup, playing shortstop in the series opener against the White Sox.
"It's nice to see Izzy back," said manager Ron Roenicke. "With the off-day yesterday, the timing worked out well."
The infielder's strained left hamstring had held him out of Major League games since May 25.
"It's frustrating a little bit because you want to play and you want to be with the team and it's hard, but it's part of the game," Izturis said. "I'm healthy and hopefully can stay with the team the rest of the season."
Izturis said his leg feels 100 percent after testing it out for Triple-A Nashville.
"When you play in rehab games, you know yourself," he said. "Back there, I played four games and I feel good. I have to give credit to the trainers."
With the addition of Izturis to the lineup, Roenicke elected to position Cody Ransom at second base to start the series against the White Sox. Ransom has played 18 games at shortstop and seven at third base, but Roenicke said Ransom is more comfortable at second.
"Defensively, I think he's outstanding," Roenicke said of Ransom. "I'm looking forward actually to seeing this. Izzy, he's comfortable everywhere, but Izzy's probably more comfortable at third and short than he is at second. That's the decision today on which spot to put those two."