Miami Marlins right-hander Alex Sanabia was placed on the 15-day disabled list Monday because of right groin weakness.

Lefty reliever Dan Jennings was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans and entered in relief to start the sixth inning Monday against the Rays. Jennings pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings, allowing one hit with two strikeouts and an intentional walk.

Manager Mike Redmond said before the game that he and pitching coach Chuck Hernandez hadn't decided who will replace Sanabia, who labored through four innings in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the White Sox, in the rotation and make the scheduled start in his place Friday against the Mets. Redmond noted, "we've got some options," including lefty Wade LeBlanc.

He said right-hander Nathan Eovaldi isn't a possibility despite an encouraging rehab start Saturday for Class A Jupiter. Eovaldi, who's been on the DL with shoulder inflammation since March 24, will make two more starts in the minors, Redmond said, adding, "We've got to make sure he's built up properly and is feeling good before he comes back to the big leagues."

Meanwhile, first baseman Logan Morrison (right knee) was traveling to Double-A Jacksonville on Monday and expected to play Tuesday, Redmond said. "We want to get him as many at-bats as we can," he said. "I would anticipate him probably using most of his rehab to get at-bats."

In other injury news, second baseman Donovan Solano (strained left intercostal muscle) will take batting practice in Jupiter on Tuesday and start playing in a few days. First baseman Casey Kotchman (left hamstring) will continue to rehab in Jupiter for now, Redmond said, adding there's no timeframe for when he'll rejoin the Marlins. Redmond said there's nothing new to report on Giancarlo Stanton (right hamstring strain), though he has started doing some light running.

Slowey ready to go

Right-hander Kevin Slowey said he feels "100 percent" for Tuesday's scheduled start after leaving his last start Wednesday against the Phillies after five innings because of a strained left lat. He said he took the following day off, then threw a normal bullpen in Chicago without discomfort. Slowey, who allowed one run on five hits in the start, said his strong outing came after he and Hernandez analyzed video of his mechanics. …

Both teams wore camoflauge for the Memorial Day game, with the Marlins donning a camoflauge ballcap and gray uniform with camo lettering and numbers. Center fielder Justin Ruggiano, whose grandfather served in World War II, said it was "an honor" to do so. He loved the look as well. "I'm going to take this hat with me and use it in the offseason to hunt with," he said. "It's probably my new favorite hat."