New York Yankees catcher Austin Romine suffered a bruised left hand after he was hit by a pitch in the sixth inning of Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Romine was hit by a Steve Cishek fastball in the bottom of the inning and stayed in to run the bases, but was replaced by Gary Sanchez for the top of the seventh inning.
"It got pretty swollen pretty quick," Romine said, according to the New York Daily News' Christian Red. "I was a little nervous. A little tingling, but they said it's not broken. Just a bruise."
Manager Joe Girardi told reporters Romine would likely avoid going on the disabled list after X-rays on Romine's hand came back negative.
"I don't expect to miss any time, but they've got to do their job," Romine said. "It's not broken, jam (left hand) into a glove and let's go. It's swollen and sore, but see how I am (Monday)."
Romine has a .235/.298/.315 batting line with two home runs and 20 RBIs this season.