Crisp, 33, spoke to the trainer and manager Bob Melvin for several minutes before staying in the game and walking off the injury. He remained in the game to finish the at-bat but was taken out between innings.
In 109 games this season, Crisp has hit .258/.333/.430 with 17 stolen bases. He hit his career-high 17th home run on Monday. Groin, hamstring, heel, back and wrist problems have hampered Crisp this season, but only the hamstring required a DL stint.