The Marlins reinstated outfielder Christian Yelich from the disabled list, and placed starting pitcher Kendry Flores on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday, the team announced. Yelich will start in left field and hit out of the sixth spot in the lineup on Tuesday against the Pirates. Flores is going on the disabled list because of tendinitis in his right shoulder.
Shoulder tendinitis will prevent Marlins pitcher Kendry Flores from making his start Wednesday against Pittsburgh. Chris Narveson will take the mound instead. Flores made his first start for Miami this season Friday and allowed five runs in five innings.
Marlins pitcher Kendry Flores made his first career start, after six relief appearances, Friday against Philadelphia. Flores gave up five runs on seven hits over five innings to take the loss, dropping to 1-2 on the year. Flores struck out five, matching his career total entering the game.
The Marlins shuffled their roster on Friday, calling up two minor leaguers and placing two players on the disabled list, the team announced. Pitcher Kendry Flores was promoted from Triple-A New Orleans, while pitcher Kyle Barraclough was sent up from Double-A Jacksonville. Headed to the 15-day disabled list are relief pitcher Jose Urena and Andre Rienzo.
The Marlins have optioned right-handed pitchers Andre Rienzo and Kendry Flores to Triple-A New Orleans, the team announced following Friday's win over the Rockies. Since his most recent call-up on May 23, Rienzo made two appearances out of the bullpen. He allowed three runs (two earned) over seven innings of work in those outings. Flores also made two appearances in relief, posting 3 2/3 scoreless innnings.