Seven-game winner Kyle Kendrick, who suffered a concussion when he was hit by a pitch from Stephen Fife of the Dodgers on Sunday, has passed all his concussion tests and won’t miss a turn, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro said Tuesday.

“He should be good to go,” Amaro said.

Kendrick is scheduled to start Saturday against the Braves at Citizens Bank Park.

“Kyle had another test [Monday], and it came out very good, and he had an exertion test [Tuesday] morning and did very well,” Amaro said in the visiting dugout at PNC Park, where the Phillies were scheduled to begin a three-game series Tuesday evening.

“He’s going to throw a bullpen [Wednesday], and he should be good to go for his start. Good news.”

Kendrick is having a career year at 7-5 with a 3.59 ERA. Coming into this season, he had a 4.30 career ERA.

The 28-year-old right-hander has gone six or more innings in 14 of 17 starts and has allowed two or fewer earned runs in 11 starts.

Kendrick needs four more wins to match his career high. Among Phillies with 100 or more career starts, his .565 career winning percentage is sixth best in franchise history.

Amaro said Kendrick hasn’t suffered any concussion-related symptons since Sunday night in Los Angeles.