NEW YORK - Brett Lawrie left Wednesday night's game against the Yankees in the fifth inning with an apparent left hand injury.
Lawrie was hit by a Chase Whitley pitch in the fourth. He remained at third base for one more frame before exiting. He was seen leaving the dugout with head trainer George Poulis in tow.
Lawrie had an x-ray on his hand which came back negative and he's listed as day-to-day.
In other injury news, Blue Jays pitcher Brett Cecil is headed to the disabled list with a groin injury after struggling against the Yankees Wednesday night.
Against the Yankees, Cecil made his first appearance since tweaking his groin against the Baltimore Orioles on Friday. He allowed a bases-clearing, three-run double to Brian McCann in the eighth inning.
Cecil said after the game that he felt tightness throughout his appearance.