The good news for the Colorado Rockies is that catcher Wilin Rosario does not have any fractures in his hand or wrist. Still the 25-year-old could land on the disabled list as soreness persists.
The Rockies let Rosario rest again on Monday and his availability going forward remains unclear after he was lifted in Saturday’s game due to the soreness. He hopes to take batting practice on Tuesday.
“I didn’t feel like I broke anything,” Rosario said. “I just feel some (discomfort) in my hand. They did the MRI to make sure nothing was wrong. There is still inflammation, so maybe it’s one more day. I don’t know. I will try tomorrow, maybe, to hit.”
Rosario is hitting .244 with three homers, five doubles and 13 RBIs.