Shelby Miller (forearm) is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday.
The right-hander was lifted from Sunday's start in the fifth inning after experiencing tightness in his forearm. He admitted after the ballgame that it's the first time he's ever had an issue like this with his pitching arm and manager Torey Louvullo admitted that the team is very concerned. Expect an update on his status after the D'Backs get the results of that exam on Monday.
Justin Bour went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run in Sunday's win over the Padres.
Bour's three-run blast off Craig Stammen in the sixth inning snapped a 3-3 tie and put the Marlins on their to the ultimate 7-3 victory. The home run was his third of the season. He is now working on a five-game hitting streak, but even with those recent hits, his .194/.282/.371 triple-slash is far from ideal.
Giancarlo Stanton went 3-for-4 with an RBI single in Sunday's win over the Padres.
Stanton has been in the zone of late, having collected multiple hits in three of his last four games. Two of those three multi-hit showings were of the three-hit variety. In that same four-game space, Stanton has slugged four home runs. All of this scalding work has helped to boost his batting line to .300/.367/.614 to pair with seven home runs and 15 RBI across an even 70 at-bats.
Hunter Renfroe went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's loss to the Marlins.
Renfroe connected for a two-run shot off Tom Koehler with nobody out in the fourth inning. The dinger was his fourth of the season and bumped his RBI total to eight. In addition, Renfroe is working to a .250/.269/.434 triple-slash over 76 at-bats.
Yangervis Solarte went 1-for-3 with an RBI single in Sunday's win over the Marlins.
Solarte hit an RBI single off Tom Koehler in the first inning, but was unable to come up with another hit for the duration of the contest. After hitting a respectable .286/.341/.467 in 2016, the 29-year-old second baseman is off to a .243/.325/.386 start through the first 70 at-bats of the current season.