Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marco Estrada isn't expected to miss his next start after experiencing a muscle spasm in Wednesday night's 4-0 loss to the Chicago White Sox, according to TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur.

Estrada threw 29 pitches in a seventh inning that saw him surrender three earned runs on two hits, including a triple to former teammate Dioner Navarro. He was lifted for Jesse Chavez with two outs in the inning, bringing his pitch total for the night to 118.

The 32-year-old will have the benefit of an extra off day prior to his next scheduled start against the Texas Rangers at the Rogers Centre on Tuesday.

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Estrada has made four starts so far this season - the first year of two-year, $26 million deal with the team. In 24.2 innings of work, Estrada is 1-2 with a 2.92 earned run average and a WHIP of 1.338. He's walked 11 batters and struck out 25.

The 10-13 Blue Jays are next in action on Friday night when they visit the Rays in Tampa Bay for a second time this season.