Colorado Rockies manager Bud Black said he doesn't expect outfielder Kris Bryant to miss significant time after the former NL MVP left Saturday's game at Toronto in the fourth inning because of soreness in his right ribs and back.

"Don't think it's bad, but we'll see how it is overnight," Black said. "Hoping he's back in there tomorrow and it resolves itself."

A four-time All-Star and the 2016 NL MVP, Bryant felt sore after he twisted and crashed into the outfield wall after making a catch on Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s deep drive in the first.