Jeff Hoffman will make his third major league start of the 2017 on Sunday in place of Tyler Anderson, who is headed to the disabled list, Bob Nightengale of USA Today first reported.

Hoffman is 2-0 in two spot starts this season, allowing four runs on nine hits over 12.1 innings pitched. He’s allowed an impressive .196 batting average against in those starts while striking out 15 and walking just two.

Hoffman was scratched from a start on Friday with Triple-A Albuquerque, a sign this move was coming.

Anderson, meanwhile, has been up and down so far in 2017. He’s 3-5 overall with a 5.85 ERA in 11 starts. He’s improved somewhat of late, going 2-2 in the month of May with a 3.94 ERA. Anderson struggled in his last start of the month, however, allowing six runs on 11 hits in five innings.

The 27-year-old lefty threw his normal session ahead of a start, Nick Groke of the Denver Post reported pregame. Following the game, however, Groke confirmed Nightengale’s original report.

Anderson was placed on the 10-day disabled list with left knee inflammation. He had a start in mid-May pushed back due to an inflamed left knee. He lost his next outing and is 1-2 since that time. Colorado is 1-3 in his starts since that time.