A day after being pulled from Saturday's game with a recurrence of discomfort in a tendon in his right forearm, Jose Bautista was on his way to Cleveland to consult with Dr. Thomas Graham, one of North America's foremost hand surgeons.

"There is no change in his condition from last night," said Blue Jays manager John Farrell. "He'll see Dr. Graham tomorrow just to make sure everything is still all right."

Bautista himself felt these latest symptoms were extremely mild, relative to the pain he felt when the original injury occurred during an at-bat in New York on July 16. From the team's perspective, they want to make sure even these mild symptoms have completely disappeared before Bautista returns.