SAN DIEGO (AP) -Florida right-hander Josh Johnson left the Marlins' game against the Padres on Wednesday night after five innings because of a stiff forearm.
Johnson held San Diego to four hits while striking out three in five scoreless innings. He came in with a 10.97 ERA.
Johnson was making just his fourth start this season. He missed the first 2 1/2 months while recovering from an irritated ulnar nerve in his right elbow.
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