New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton returns to the injured list with a PCL load on his right knee.
Stanton survived the Yankees' 4: 3 win against the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night with a blue knee. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said on Wednesday that MRI scores were "good".
"He came in today and has no swelling, but he is sore and stiff," Boone told reporters, according to Newsday. "He's being treated right now."
Stanton was not in the lineup for the 8: 7 win on Wednesday afternoon against the Blue Jays.
Boone said Stanton will be reevaluated in 10 days and will not travel with the team to London for this weekend's series.
Stanton was 1-on-1 in the game on Tuesday night and hit a single in the first inning. He came into conflict with pitcher Clayton Richard of Toronto when he was thrown headfirst onto third base but remained in the left field in the second and third innings.
Stanton beats this season in nine games for the Yankees with .290. He was removed from the injured list on 18 June after serving since April for three separate injuries.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.