"He was involved in batting practice [Friday], but you could tell in his face that he was in quite a bit of discomfort," Tracy said. "We tried to work on him in the clubhouse, but we had to scratch him. He's in a much better place today. He was out taking BP this afternoon, he's got full range of motion, his head's moving around the way it should be -- so we've got him back in there today."
Cuddyer is hitting .276 with four home runs and 27 RBIs in 43 games this season.