• The Marlins' rotation is in a little bit of limbo. Nathan Eovaldi, who started Friday at Chicago, could be starting on Wednesday at Texas or Friday against the Pirates at Marlins Park. Eovaldi's wife is expecting any day, creating some uncertainty when he will next take the mound. If Eovaldi doesn't throw on Wednesday, Jacob Turner could get the nod in the finale with the Rangers.
A wild card in the equation for the rotation is top prospect Andrew Heaney. The 23-year-old lefty comes off another impressive win for Triple-A New Orleans. On Saturday night, Heaney struck out nine in six innings and allowed one run on five hits.
At the earliest, Heaney could be called up for the weekend home series with the Pirates.
• Sunday marked the fourth anniversary of Stanton's MLB debut, which took place in 2010 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. The slugger, who now has 134 homers, had three singles that day.
• Trying to make a comeback with the Marlins, Miguel Tejada injured his shoulder throwing and landed on Triple-A New Orleans' seven-day disabled list with right rotator cuff tendinopathy. The injury isn't believed to be serious.
Joe Frisaro is a reporter for MLB.com. He writes a blog, called The Fish Pond. Follow him on Twitter