The Orioles aren't overly concerned about the injury since it shortens up Harvey's season anyhow.
"If there is actually such a thing as a good [injury]," manager Buck Showalter said. "It's not-displaced, hairline, and he was only going to throw about X number of innings anyway, so now we can just let him go when he gets back. So I don't look at it as anything, It kind of keeps us from having to break up his season. There's a half-full [opinion for you."
Showalter said Harvey hit 98 mph in that inning on Saturday.
"He's in a good place, so freshen up his arm a little bit and get him back out there in four to six weeks," he said. "It's the definition of hairline. You have to really look for it. I don't know why they went with a CT scan. He must have had some point tenderness today or something. Most of those things, some people pitch with them, play with them. Just not a good idea right now, because then it may become displaced. So just put him in a boot, and he'll be ready to go."
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