Colin Rea leaves injured in first start since joining Marlins
MIAMI (AP) — Right-hander Colin Rea injured his right elbow and left in the fourth inning of his first start with the Miami Marlins on Saturday after being acquired a day earlier from the San Diego Padres.
Rea struck out Jedd Gyorko to lead off the fourth inning, then immediately waved to the trainer. He has right elbow soreness and is considered day-to-day.
Rea pitched 3 1/3 scoreless innings, allowing one hit and striking out four.
David Phelps relieved Rea with the Marlins leading the Cardinal s4-0.
Rea, right-hander Andrew Cashner and prospect Tayron Guerrero were acquired for right-handers Jarred Cosart and Carter Capps and two minor leaguers, pitcher Luis Castillo and first baseman Josh Naylor.