"He mentioned something before [his second] at-bat, but he felt good enough to take it and thought it might pass," manager Clint Hurdle said after the Bucs' 7-5 victory. "After he came back, it hadn't passed. In fact, it intensified.
"We'll monitor him through the night and see how he shows up [on Sunday], and where we take it."
Marte appeared to take a bad route on a second-inning drive by Jason Heyward that went for a double -- setting up a triple play on the next pitch, to Yadier Molina.
Marte struck out in both of his at-bats, in the first and third innings.
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