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Marlins/Phillies Rained Out! Rotation Changes

    PHILADELPHIA -- No surprise here considering the wet weather. Tonight's game against the Phillies has been rained out.

    They'll make it up on June 15 as part of a day-night doubleheader.

    Manager Edwin Rodriguez said Anibal Sanchez, who was scheduled to start tonight, will pitch tomorrow against Cole Hamels. But Chris Volstad, who was scheduled to pitch Sunday, will be pushed back in the rotation. Josh Johnson will start Tuesday, followed by Ricky Nolasco on Wednesday, Volstad on Thursday and Sanchez again on Friday. Javier Vazquez will not start again until next Saturday.

     The rainout is good news for a Marlins bullpen that has been logging innings. Monday is a scheduled day off, as well.  

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Stan M

Is there any word on Sanabia? He was injured; I think it was a sore arm. Also shouldn't one of those two kids we got for Cantu be fully recovered by now? Both had TJ surgery. How is he doing and is he at AA or AAA? Perhaps it's time to give Hensley a shot as starter. He's very effective as eighth man (should be closer) but would have chance to be more effective for a greater number of innings as a starter. Your thoughts?

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