Not much else is causing Fuld pain, though, so he's not expected to miss much time. Still, the A's plan to be cautious with the outfielder, who has a history with concussions. He hit in the batting cage Saturday morning but did not engage in any other baseball activity.
"All things considered, I feel really good," said Fuld, who noted he's shown no concussion symptoms so far. "It hit me square, and I definitely felt like it was broken, so I was pretty lucky.
"It really could be a lot worse. My teeth are intact. In a lot of ways, it hit me kind of in a perfect spot. … The concussion stuff is a concern, but as of now I feel great, and obviously we'll pay close attention to that."
• In the same game Fuld was hit, fellow outfielder Billy Burns took a pitch to his left knee. He stayed in the game and wasn't expected to miss any time.
• Josh Reddick (right oblique) was scheduled to hit off a tee Saturday, while Alex Hassan (right hamstring) was cleared for all pregame activity. It's not yet known when he'll get back in a game.
• Right-handers Ryan Cook and Dan Otero each pitched two innings in a Minor League game Friday to ramp up their workload.
Jane Lee is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.