CLEVELAND -- In the visitors' clubhouse at Progressive Field, Coco Crisp occupies the locker closest to the trainer's room. Yet, after Monday's 3-0 victory, it still took him a considerable amount of time to limp from the one area to the other.
Crisp fouled a ball off his right foot during his second at-bat in Monday's tilt. He wasn't atop manager Bob Melvin's lineup card on Tuesday.
"He had an X-ray," Melvin said. "No fractures or anything structurally wrong in there. It's a day-to-day thing."
Crisp had his swollen foot wrapped on Monday night as he gingerly moved around the clubhouse. He remained in the contest and finished the night 0-for-4. In 94 games this season, Crisp is batting .254 with eight home runs, 37 RBIs and 28 stolen bases.
"He's a quick healer," Melvin said. "Nothing would surprise me with him. We're glad that there was nothing in there broken."