Sunday could prove to be a costly day for the
That's because the team may be without outfielder
Puig leapt into a padded support post in the right-field corner, nearly coming away with
Several teammates stopped by Puig's locker afterward, but the outfielder, groggy and glassy-eyed, did not speak to the media. The team said he hit the left side of his head and lower leg on the fence and was examined by a doctor. A concussion test was negative and Puig is officially listed as day to day.
"He hit the wall good," Manager
"I'm sure they're checking everything."
Meanwhile Ryu, who went on the disabled list Friday with shoulder inflammation, did not continue on with the team to Washington but will instead see ElAttrache on Monday for what Mattingly characterized as a precautionary exam.
"It makes sense. There's no reason for him to be going to D.C. and not playing catch and not seeing any of our [doctors]," he said.
Ryu, the third Dodgers starting pitcher to go on the disabled list this year, isn't eligible to be reactivated until next week.
"Hopefully there's nothing major there," pitching coach Rick Honeycutt said Sunday. "Hopefully just this little time off will correct it and get him back in the rotation. We'll find out in the next few days about that."