"He is not going to be with us on this road trip," D-backs manager Torey Lovullo. "Now if he joins us, that will be determined by the medical team. I don't know that answer. I think what we'll do is get feedback from A.J. and feel out what his comfort level is when he's ready, what he wants to do and let the medical team determine what the best solution is. And [we'll] give all that information to the front office and let them decide what the best plan is. The last I heard, he was not coming on this trip at all, but in this game, things happen."
Up in the air
With Taijuan Walker on the disabled list with a blister, the D-backs went with reliever Randall Delgado and a "bullpen day" to get through his scheduled start Wednesday.
What happens the next time Walker's spot rolls around remains to be seen. The D-backs could go with another bullpen day or they could call up someone to make a spot start.
"We'll regroup the troops after the game today and then piece together what's going to happen for the next several games," Lovullo said prior to Wednesday's game.
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