Miami placed closer A.J. Ramos on the 15-day disabled list and optioned Hunter Cervenka to Triple-A New Orleans, the club announced Tuesday.
Austin Brice and Chris Narveson are joining the club in the corresponding roster moves.
Ramos, 29, is having a solid season as Miami’s closer, pitching to a 3.05 ERA and 2.93 FIP over 44.1 innings. He has blown a pair of saves since the All-Star break.
In Ramos’ absence, the Marlins will likely have Fernando Rodney close games. Rodney saved Miami’s win on Sunday afternoon in Denver.
While Ramos has been out for a few days, Cervenka struggled in Miami’s loss to the Giants on Monday night. He pitched a scoreless inning in his Marlins debut, though.
Miami will likely add depth in the corresponding move after using every available bullpen arm Monday. Andrew Cashner was used as a reliever in the top of the 14th.
The Marlins’ bullpen has pitched to a 3.84 ERA, which ranks eighth in the National League.