Wilin Rosario’s aching left hand was packed in ice late Monday night after the Rockies’ 8-5 victory over the Diamondbacks, but at least there was a smile on his face.

An MRI showed no broken bones or structural damage to his hand or wrist. He remains day to day and there are no plans, for now at least, to put him on the disabled list.

“I didn’t feel like I broke anything,” Rosario said. “I just feel some (discomfort) in my hand. They did the MRI to make sure nothing was wrong. There is still inflammation, so maybe it’s one more day. I don’t know. I will try tomorrow, maybe, to hit.”

Head trainer Keith Dugger confirmed that there is “quite a bit of inflammation” in Rosario’s hand and wrist, but he said the MRI showed no major problems.