"I anticipate him being back Monday," said manager Clint Hurdle.
The Pirates will be in Tampa Bay on Monday beginning a three-game Interleague series against the Rays.
Marte carried a 10-game hitting streak into Friday's series opener here in which he was hitless in four at-bats. He has hit .316 since taking up permanent residence eight games ago in the two-hole between Gregory Polanco and Andrew McCutchen.
Josh Harrison, spelling Pedro Alvarez at third against Chicago left-hander Travis Wood, batted second and Jose Tabata took over in left.
Tabata began the game with a .393 average against southpaws this season.
"You never want anybody to have to get away, but we got a very capable Plan B," Hurdle said of Tabata, "that just turned into Plan A."
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