Marlins roster moves
Before facing the Braves on Thursday night, the Marlins made an assortment of roster moves.
The team recalled left-hander Taylor Tankersley and right-hander Jay Buente from Triple-A New Orleans. Infielder Mike Lamb had his contract selected from New Orleans. The veteran, who opened the season with the club, returns for his second stint. He becomes a left-handed bat off the bench.
The Marlins also placed lefty reliever Renyel Pinto on the 15-day disabled list with a left hip strain.
Tankersley joins Dan Meyer as the lefties working out of the pen. The former first-round pick in 2004 is in the big leagues for the first time since July of 2008. He missed all of last year after undergoing stress fracture elbow surgery.
Tankersley appeared in 20 games with New Orleans. In 19 1/3 innings, he struck out 17 and walked six.
Buente, like Tankersley, was in big league camp with the Marlins. At New Orleans, the right-hander struck out 35 in 26 2/3 innings, but he has walked 17.
Badenhop has struggled in May. The right-hander, who suffered the loss on Wednesday, has given up at least one run in six of his seven appearances in May.
Lamb had been playing third base at New Orleans. He was 10-for-40 (.250) with the Zephyrs.
After Wednesday’s game, the Marlins optioned outfielder Bryan Petersen to Triple-A.
— Joe Frisaro