NEW YORK -- The slumping New York Yankees made a flurry of roster moves Wednesday to bring some life to their roster and compensate for injuries.

Before Wednesday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Yankees called up outfielder Estevan Florial and infielder Oswaldo Cabrera, who will be making his major league debut, and reliever Ron Marinaccio. To make room on the roster, the Yankees demoted Tim Locastro and Miguel Andujar to Triple-A and placed All-Star closer Clay Holmes on the injured list.

Amid the roster shuffle, infielder DJ LeMahieu told reporters Wednesday that he would not be going on the IL. LeMahieu said he was fully confident the toe and foot injury he's been dealing with over the last few days would not prevent him from playing during the rest of the season.