Blevins remained in the game to face Ryan Doumit, who grounded out to the pitcher. Blevins was able to field, spin and throw to second for the forceout before right-hander Aaron Barrett replaced him on the mound to retire the final batter of the inning.
After the game, Blevins appeared in the clubhouse with a bandage on his knee. He said he applied ice to the injury as a precautionary measure, but made it clear it wasn't anything serious.
"He'll be a little bit sore tomorrow," manager Matt Williams said. "But he'll be fine."
Daniel Popper is an associate reporter for MLB.com. He also can be found on Twitter @danielrpopper. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.