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• As expected, shortstop Jose Reyes was back in the Marlins' lineup Saturday and batting third. Reyes has dealt with a sore right hand for the last week, and was given the day off Friday to rest it while a lefty was pitching for the Dodgers.

"Jose can hit lefty," Guillen said. "His hand is still sore. Hopefully he's just sore and we don't get to the next point where he can't play anymore. We're trying to be careful about it and get him back in the lineup."

• Gregg Dobbs was scratched from the lineup shortly before first pitch due to a tight left oblique. Dobbs, who's listed as day to day, was slated to start at third and bat sixth. Nick Green shifted to third and remained seventh in the order, while Donovan Solano batted sixth and got the start at second.

• As expected, shortstop Jose Reyes was back in the Marlins' lineup Saturday and batting third. Reyes has dealt with a sore right hand for the last week, and was given the day off Friday to rest it while a lefty was pitching for the Dodgers.

"Jose can hit lefty," Guillen said. "His hand is still sore. Hopefully he's just sore and we don't get to the next point where he can't play anymore. We're trying to be careful about it and get him back in the lineup."

• Gregg Dobbs was scratched from the lineup shortly before first pitch due to a tight left oblique. Dobbs, who's listed as day to day, was slated to start at third and bat sixth. Nick Green shifted to third and remained seventh in the order, while Donovan Solano batted sixth and got the start at second.