Marlins place All-Star closer Ramos on disabled list

The Miami Marlins have placed All-Star closer A.J. Ramos on the 15-day disabled list with a right finger fracture.

The move was retroactive to Aug. 6 and Ramos, who has 32 saves in 34 opportunities, would be eligible to return on Aug. 21.

Fellow All-Star reliever Fernando Rodney, who has 18 saves in 20 chances primarily with San Diego, will assume the closing duties with Ramos out.

The Marlins lost to the Giants 8-7 in 14 innings on Monday using all seven relievers except for Ramos, who was unavailable. Friday's starter, Andrew Cashner, was eventually used in relief in place of Ramos.

The Marlins also optioned left-handed pitcher Hunter Cervenka to Triple-A New Orleans and recalled right-hander Austin Brice from that team. They selected the contract of left-hander Chris Narveson, also from New Orleans.