Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo told reporters Wednesday that Nate Pearson is feeling good but there is still no concrete plan to activate him just yet.

Pearson needs to get into game action over the next four days to be an option for Toronto's postseason roster.

The young right-hander has not pitched since Aug. 18. He went on the injured list shortly after with a right elbow issue.

In his four rookie-season starts, Pearson posted an ERA of 6.61 to go along with a WHIP of 1.53.

The 24-year-old entered the season as one of the top consensus pitching prospects in baseball.