The MRI on Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis' knee revealed no structural damage but the infielder remains day-to-day with a bone bruise. 

Pitcher Francisco Liriano, who was hit in the head by a comebacker in Game 2 of the ALDS, is dealing with a mild concussion, Blue Jays head trainer George Poulis said Saturday.

Liriano was substituted for right-handed pitcher Danny Barnes on the Jays' ALDS roster later Saturday. He will eligible to return after seven days if he's cleared by a league medical director. 


Poulis said Liriano should also be considered day-to-day.

Travis was a late scratch for Game 2 of the ALDS against the Texas Rangers due to "right knee irritation." 

Travis, 25, had been dealing with a shoulder injury leading into the playoffs. He has one hit and has scored two runs in 10 at-bats this postseason. Darwin Barney started at second base in his place in Game 2, which the Jays won 5-3.

If the Blue Jays were forced to remove Travis from the ALDS roster due to injury, he would be ineligible to play in the ALCS. Gibbons said he would be "shocked" if the Blue Jays were forced into that situation.

Liriano, 32, posted a 2-2 record and a 2.92 in the regular season with the Blue Jays after being acquired on deadline day. He was credited with the win in the Blue Jays wild-card game against the Baltimore Orioles after allowing no runs in 1 2/3 innings pitched. He allowed two hits against the Rangers before being forced to exit.

Barnes, 26, appeared in 12 games this season with the Jays, posting a 3.95 ERA.