Apr 15 12:01a
Collmenter gave up three runs on five hits and a walk over four innings in Monday's 7-3 loss to the Mets.
Collmenter, who is acclimating from a long-relief role, probably wouldn't have thrown more than five or six innings even if things had gone better for him. His spot in the rotation may not be safe in the long term, but he figures to get another start Sunday in Los Angeles. With Trevor Cahill recently banished to the bullpen alongisde Randall Delgado, the D-Backs aren't exactly plush with options to replace Collmenter. New rotation addition Bo Schultz is a shakier option than Collmenter, and the team doesn't seem to be in any rush to call-up top prospect Archie Bradley.