"Generally, the second opinion verifies the first, but we'll get the second opinion for verification," MacPhail said. "The prognosis is that he probably needs to rest it a few weeks and then start a throwing program. There's no need for surgery, which is good news on the first opinion. We'll just get him back when he's healthy. It's a strain, but it was explained to me that it's not in the area that indicates, 'Oh my gosh, we have a problem.' It's in an area where if you let it rest for a while, it's going to be fine."