"Adam came in not feeling well, nauseous and so forth," manager Jim Riggleman said. "He didn't have a lot of energy today."
Instead, Mike Morse was in the lineup playing first base. Morse was activated from the 15-day disabled list before Sunday's game after the team designated Willy Taveras for assignment. Morse was at Triple-A Syracuse on a rehab assignment.
Morse hasn't played in the big leagues since early April because of a left calf strain. During his rehab stint, Morse was hitting .265 with three home runs and eight RBIs.
"It took a whole lot to get back to the Major Leagues, but I'm back, and I'm 100 percent healthy," Morse said. "I got a lot of games in, and I'm ready."
Morse will be a right-handed hitter off the bench. He could be a right-handed platoon with Roger Bernadina in right field, while spelling Dunn on occasion at first base.