Dioner Navarro out of Blue Jays’ lineup with dizziness


Dioner Navarro is the latest catcher to miss time following a foul tip to the mask, as the Blue Jays backstop is out of the lineup tonight due to what manager John Gibbons called feeling “a little fuzzy.”

Navarro took a foul tip to the mask last night and passed the initial concussion testing, so for now the Blue Jays are considering him day-to-day.

After playing fewer than 100 games in each of the previous four years Navarro has had a solid season as Toronto’s primary catcher, hitting .282 with 12 homers and a .734 OPS in 131 games at age 30.