Elvis Andrus said he has a full range of motion in his sprained left wrist, but he is being evaluated by team physician Dr. Keith Meister to see if there is any damage that wasn't detected Friday night. Initial x-rays were negative.
Andrus was injured while diving head-first into second base with his 22nd steal of the season in the fourth inning. But his left arm was caught in the infield dirt, and it lagged behind as the rest of his body continued moving forward. He remained in the game for another out but did not return to play defense in the fifth.
He said the wrist is stiff today, but he doesn't expect to go on the disabled list. He won't play again this weekend. With a day off Monday, the soonest Andrus would play again is Tuesday at Houston.
-- Jeff Wilson