"I think it's more a bruise," Hunter said. "We got X-rays and nothing's torn or anything like that."
The attempt could've resulted in much worse. Hunter went flying after Crisp's first-inning gapper, stretching out his glove in the attempt and leaving his arm outstretched as he hit the ground. Hunter indicated his shoulder didn't roll or pop out, but the impact "jarred it a little bit."
"Torii almost made a fantastic play," Crisp said. "I was hoping it would get down, and it did."
Hunter played through the next nine innings that way.
"I battled through it," he said. "That's all you can do. Adrenaline takes over. That's your pain reliever, and that's what I did today."
That's what he expects to do Tuesday as well, no matter what level of soreness he's feeling.
"It's the playoffs. Nothing to complain about," he said. "Give me an Advil. I'm good."
Jason Beck is a reporter for MLB.com. Read Beck's Blog and follow him on Twitter @beckjason. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.