Wieters walked with the bases loaded to drive in a run in the fourth and moved to second on a wild pitch, suffering the ankle injury running to third on Ryan Flaherty's inning-ending groundout. With a home game Wednesday and then a pair of road games, Wieters could get a few days off just to make sure everything is fine.
Showalter said there were no plans yet for X-rays.
"[Head athletic trainer] Richie [Bancells] said during the season he would have continued to play," Showalter said. "Just wanted to get some ice on it make sure it doesn't turn into something worse."
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