The Blue Jays got some positive news on Monday in regards to shortstop Jose Reyes.
MRI results revealed only a mild strain in the 30-year-old's left hamstring.
He is currently listed as day-to-day.
Reyes' MRI was precautionary after Reyes hurt his hamstring on his way to first in the fourth inning of the Jays' Saturday afternoon game against the DEtroit Tigers.
Concerns were understandably high over the health of the former batting champion after Reyes suffered a sprained ankle one week into the 2013 campaign that forced him out of 66 games.
In 93 games for Toronto last season Reyes hit .296 with 10 home runs and 37 RBI along with 15 stolen bases.