Brian McCann left Saturday’s game with tendinitis in the area on the inside of his right knee where the hamstring muscle attaches to tendons. He is day-to-day.
“We’re going to go day to day, hopefully Monday or Tuesday he could crank it up again,” Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said.
McCann caught for two innings and grounded out in his only at-bat before being replaced by David Ross in the top of the third inning.
“I tweaked it on the road trip a little bit, but it didn’t affect me to do anything,” McCann said. “Then today I was having a really hard time squatting.”
McCann said he would receive treatment Sunday and see where he is.
He has also battled shoulder problems this season, receiving two cortisone shots for a cyst and frayed labrum since Aug. 7.