But Weaver is also one of the team’s top pitchers, and with the second-place Angels (52-36) trying to catch the first-place
“This will be a decision for our medical team,” Manager
"If he's ready to go, there's no doubt we're better with him starting. If we feel we're putting a player at risk, then he won't pitch. It's that simple."
Weaver, who went on the disabled list because of a similar injury in 2012, underwent treatment Tuesday, but he did not undergo an MRI test. He said after Monday night's game that he felt "80 times better" than when he came out of the game, and he seemed to be making progress Tuesday.