Newly acquired Miami Marlins right-hander Colin Rea was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday after being injured in his first outing with the squad.
Rea departed after 3 1/3 scoreless innings on Saturday night with a sprained pitching elbow. The Marlins recalled right-hander Nefi Ogando from Triple-A New Orleans to fill his roster spot.
Rea was obtained from the San Diego Padres on Friday. He said he felt pain while warming up prior to Saturday's game and the issues continued during the contest.
Rea allowed just one hit and struck out four in 44 pitches before exiting.
"It still feels the same today as it did last night," Rea told reporters Sunday. "We still haven't done anything yet, just kind of waiting right now."
Rea and right-hander Andrew Cashner were acquired from the Padres in a seven-player deal to bolster Miami's rotation. Now the Marlins are rumored to be back in the trade market in an attempt to land another starter prior to Monday's non-waiver trading deadline.
Ogando was recalled to help in the bullpen. He has made just three appearances with the club and spent time on the disabled list after suffering a fractured rib on May 10.
"It wasn't easy coming back from breaking a rib," Ogando told reporters. "I took like two months here, playing a little catch, but I started feeling good after like three weeks of playing games."