"He will be on a day-to-day progression, to make sure he doesn't have any symptoms come back, and no headaches, or anything like that," manager Mike Redmond said. "As far as his timeframe, I don't know. It kind of depends on how he feels and progresses through the baseball activities."
The Marlins placed their catcher on the seven-day concussion DL on June 1. He can remain on that status for 14 days. If he needs more time that that, he would be transferred to the 15-day DL.
Jeff Mathis started behind the plate for Miami on Tuesday at Texas.
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