After experiencing a tweak in his right shoulder, starting pitcher Joe Kelly exited Friday night’s game against the Seattle Mariners early, but he told NESN’s Tom Caron he’ll be ready to rock for his next start.

Kelly tossed five shutout innings while allowing just one hit against the Seattle Mariners before exiting the game after feeling something weird on a curveball, but both he and manager John Farrell explained that Kelly was pulled for precautionary reasons. Kelly added the issue was something he probably could have pitched through, but he expects to throw his bullpen on Sunday and be 100 percent for his next start.

Check out the video above to hear more from Kelly.