Braves manager Bobby Cox said Wednesday that outfielder Nate McLouth is still suffering from concussion symptoms and a timetable for his return is unknown.
Cox said McLouth was not feeling well after going through a workout outside, in the heat, Tuesday. McLouth was to work out indoors on Wednesday.
“It’s off and on,” Cox said.
McLouth was placed on the 15-day disabled list on June 12 after an outfield collision with Jason Heyward.
In other injury news, reliever Chris Resop reported no issues after a long-toss session on Tuesday. It’s the first time Resop has thrown a baseball since being placed on the 15-day disabled list on June 16, the day after straining his left oblique. Resop was to have another long-toss session on Wednesday and hoped to throw a bullpen session by the weekend.
“You can’t rush it,” Resop said. “If you try to come back too fast, you could be out even longer.”