d'Arnaud is working his way back from a sprained left elbow. He is expected to catch a full rehab game on Tuesday.
"I feel great, and I'm excited to get back whenever they feel like I'm ready," d'Arnaud said, per ESPN.com.
Castillo had a hard time moving and bending his elbow after the game.
"It doesn't feel really good right now," Castillo said. "We will see tomorrow."
After the game, manager Mike Matheny said Molina was more dehydrated and was able to pass concussion tests, reports Fox Sports Midwest.
"You saw him play one minute of outfield [Sunday]," Maddon said. "You might see him out there more often as we move along."
Schwarber has been working on outfield drills with coach Dave Martinez. He is hitting .396 with three home runs and 11 RBI in 16 games this season.
Saltalamacchia has been on the disabled list since July 17 (retroactive to July 11) due to a strained muscle in his neck. He was hitting .213 with one home run in 20 games with the team.
Leone is 0-5 with an 8.40 ERA in 13 appearances with the Mariners and D-Backs this season.
Skipworth was with the Reds earlier in the season, but did not enter a game before being optioned in April. He was hitting .237 in 42 games at Double-A.
Dominguez appeared in 14 games with the Reds, hitting .261 with two homers and five RBIs.
d'Arnaud is currently on the 15-day disabled list with an elbow injury.
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy moves to first to replace Lind, starting there for the third time this year.
Replacing him behind the plate is Ryan Lavarnway, who gets his eighth start for the Braves.
Molina was replaced at catcher by Tony Cruz, who will hit seventh. Molina is hitting .387 with one double and six RBI in his last seven games.