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Crisp day to day after fouling ball off right foot

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."

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."

This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.