Tom Koehler will be replacing Wade LeBlanc, giving Miami five right-hander starters.
LeBlanc, 0-5 with a 6.11 ERA in seven starts, was initially scheduled to start on Sunday. Now the left-hander will be going to the bullpen, where he is an option to pitch long relief.
Koehler, who has a 3.32 ERA in six relief appearances, will be making his second MLB start. The right-hander started the 2012 season finale.
“He’s going to get an opportunity to go in and make a start, and we’ll see how he does,” manager Mike Redmond said. “This gives us another lefty in the bullpen, and a guy who can throw multiple innings. We’ll flip-flop them.
“Tom has been a starter in Minor Leagues, and he’s had success. And it gives us a little flexibility in the bullpen. We’ve got a guy who can come in and face some lefties. And he’s built up to where he can give us multiple innings, if we need him. “
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