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Marlins right-hander Alex Sanabia is suffering from a sore right elbow, which resulted in him being scratched from Tuesday's start, manager Edwin Rodriguez told reporters in Lakeland, Fla., on Tuesday.

On Monday, Rodriguez suggested that Sanabia had been scratched to work on the mechanics of his delivery, rather than for a health-related issue.

Sanabia projects to start the year in Triple-A, but showed his ability in the Majors for part of last season. Sanabia went 5-3 with a 3.73 in 12 starts for Florida down the stretch in 2010.

it IS a sore elbow. unphew!

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If there is any soreness in the right elbow of Alex Sanabia, it is subsiding.


Sanabia is scheduled to throw a bullpen session on Wednesday morning at the Roger Dean Stadium complex.


The Marlins were planning on starting Sanabia on Tuesday against the Tigers in Lakeland, but he was replaced by Elih Villanueva.


Sanabia is working on some things mechanically, and he is returning from a sore right elbow from the end of the 2010 season.


"I'm good and ready to roll," Sanabia said on Wednesday morning when asked if he has some soreness in his elbow. "I'm working on some things mechanically."

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