Ben Revere was careful Sunday morning not to breathe on his teammates; a stomach virus sapped him of energy and thrust John Mayberry Jr. into center field for two games. Revere, though, reported improvement as he sipped Gatorade.
He should be available to play Tuesday in Miami.
Whether Revere returns to his starting spot is another issue. His .581 OPS ranked 169th among 177 qualified hitters entering Sunday's action. Jimmy Rollins assumed Revere's customary leadoff spot over the weekend and appears set there.
Mayberry contributed two doubles in two days. He started 120 games in center before, but this weekend marked his first action there in 2014. The 30-year-old outfielder remained hitless against righthanded pitching; he popped out Sunday against Reds reliever Jonathan Broxton. He is 0 for 15 vs. righties and is viewed as a platoon player best suited for regular time against lefties.