Ryu (13-8) picked up the win Monday against the Yankees after firing six scoreless innings, though he was pulled after only 80 pitches due to left forearm soreness, Keegan Matheson of MLB.com reports. He had six strikeouts while allowing three hits and zero walks.
Ryu apparently had the issue crop up while throwing some sliders, but it appears to be a minor concern. The southpaw said after the contest that he doesn't expect to visit a doctor for a checkup on the injury, but he'll still be considered day-to-day until his next turn through the rotation comes up. Ryu is tentatively scheduled to start one half of Saturday's doubleheader at Baltimore, as long as he has no issues during his bullpen session later this week.