Ramirez returned from the disabled list on June 28 after dealing with a shoulder injury. It is not known if his current issue is related to that injury, or if it's something new.
In 25 relief appearances with the D-Backs in 2015, Reed owns an unsightly 5.92 ERA. He's been better with the Reno Aces however, as he has a 1.74 in 11 games at Triple-A.
He will take the roster spot of Randall Delgado, who was placed on the disabled list on Tuesday.
Reliever Addison Reed was recalled from Triple-A Reno to take Delgado's spot on the roster.
The 2015 All-Star has yet to blow a save opportunity this year.
Moreno wound up going 5 1/3 scoreless innings. He did not gave up a hit, as he walked one batter and struck out five. Meanwhile, the Yankees' offense exploded for 21 runs, giving Moreno his first career win.
This outing was the longest of Moreno's short career, as he had totaled two innings combined over his first two games. He was just recalled from Triple-A prior to the game, and was able to completely shut down the Rangers offense in the middle innings.
It remains to be seen if Moreno has a long-term role with the Yankees, or if he will be sent back down to the minors in favor of a fresh bullpen arm.
However, despite the nightmare outing, Capuano was left with a no-decision, as the Yankees demolished the Rangers 21-5.
This was Capuano's fourth start of the year, and his first since May 29. He had been pitching out of the bullpen and has been getting roughed up all year. Tuesday's clunker boosted his season ERA up to an unsightly 6.97.
Perkins gave up a home run, his third in two games, and took a loss for the second straight outing, dropping to 0-3 on the year.
Perkins has allowed six runs in his last four appearances.
Melancon pitched 1 2/3 innings, allowing just a walk. He earned the win, moving to 2-1 on the season.
Flande went five innings, allowing a run on four hits, and earned his first career win. He struck otu a season-high four batters and evened his record at 1-1 on the year.
Furbush tested the injury with his first throwing session off a mound since suffering the injury on July 7.
"Just 10 pitches," Furbush said, per the News Tribune. "This was a, 'Let's see what's happening. Let's see where I am.' Honestly, it was encouraging. It had been a while, but it felt pretty good."
Furbush will throw again on Thursday.