X-rays on the 21-year-old's forearm came back negative. He could start in his regular rotation spot Friday against the New York Mets, according to Mark Bowman of MLB.com.
"It feels like a bruise," Soroka said, according to 680 The Fan. "I've been hit by enough pucks, baseballs in my lifetime to know the aftermath. It's just a bruise."
Soroka was visibly upset on Atlanta's bench after he was removed from the contest. He'd thrown just 21 pitches.
The Braves then announced that Soroka had been removed as a precaution.
Soroka, a contender for National League Rookie of the Year Award, was 8-1 with a 2.12 ERA in 12 starts entering Sunday.