Jays cleanup hitter Adam Lind missed Sunday's game with an injury on his right wrist, but the club hopes that with an off-day Monday, their first baseman will have recovered in time for Tuesday's home series against Kansas City.

"He took swings in the cage, soft toss (batting practice) and he's still feeling it," Jays manager John Farrell said of Lind, who was plunked on the right wrist in the first inning of Saturday's game, and officially came out of the game prior to the third inning.

"So we're giving him the day off (Sunday) and with an off-day (Monday), we'll look for him on Tuesday back home."

Lind was taken to a local hospital for X-rays Saturday evening and the images came back negative.

Players would normally have such images taken at the ballpark. But the Coliseum in Oakland remains the only Major League Baseball park without X-rya equipment, or imaging equipment of any kind.

"You'd like to think every stadium is equipped with that equipment, but that's not the case here," Farrell said.