Naylor was removed from Monday’s game against Atlanta after an at-bat in the sixth inning. He has played through the injury since sliding into a base on May 31 but batted .370 in June.
Guardians manager Terry Francona said Naylor had imaging tests done Tuesday and is considered day-to-day.
“It showed mild swelling, which we knew,” Francona said. “It didn’t show anything else, which is good. Any time you start getting guys a little beat up you get nervous, but I think he’s OK. I think they can ramp up some things in the training room to hopefully make him feel a little bit better.”
Naylor is batting .295 with a team-high 60 RBIs. His production from the cleanup spot has given Cleveland solid production behind All-Star Jose Ramirez.
Guardians’ Josh Naylor (wrist) out Tuesday, day-to-day