White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd will get multiple opinions on the severity of his injury, general manager Rick Hahn confirmed Thursday.

Floyd was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with what the team calls a right flexor muscle strain. An MRI taken on Saturday showed Floyd doesn’t have a tear in his right elbow.

But with this being Floyd’s third elbow injury in 11 months, both the right-hander and the club have sought multiple opinions from various doctors, Hahn said in an email.

“We hope to have a treatment plan next week,” Hahn said.

Floyd is 0-4 with a 5.18 ERA in five starts this season.

Last season, Floyd was placed on the DL with elbow tendonitis in July and with a flexor strain in late August. Hector Santiago has assumed Floyd’s role in the rotation for now and will make his first start of the season on Friday in Kansas City.