“’It sucks,” Shane Bieber said after the game. “Hopefully we can get him back as soon as possible. I don’t know what it is – we’ll probably find out in the next couple of days. We’re really just thinking of him and trying to be there for him. It’s not easy.”
Naquin missed 22 games in May with a left calf strain. He's been a bright spot for the Indians this season, posting a .288 batting average, 10 home runs and 34 RBI. He's second in the American League with 11 outfield assists.
Naquin underwent an MRI after the game. Manager Terry Francona declined to speculate about the severity injury in his postgame press conference.
"It's a little premature to play doctor," Francona said. "Obviously it didn't look good and we're very concerned."