Based on Woodward's comments, this isn't the end of Leclerc's time as the closer, just a needed break.
"We are going to look at taking him out for a while for his sake," Woodward said, via Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News. "We've talked. I told him there is going to come a time when we are pouring champagne on our heads and it will be because of you closing it out.
"The guy works harder than anybody," Woodward said. "He cares. He's conscientious. It's beautiful. But to see this, it rips your heart out. In the end, he'll be better for it, but now it's a bad feeling because it feels like there is no way out."
Leclerc is 1-1 with an 8.44 ERA and a 2.156 WHIP in 13 appearances.