Worth noting

• Ricky Nolasco, John Maine, Jonathan Albaladejo, Scott Maine, Chad Qualls and Michael Wuertz each threw in a simulated game in Jupiter, Fla., on Saturday morning. Nolasco allowed two runs on two hits and a hit batsman in three innings, striking out six. He threw 42 pitches.

• All 40 players on the roster are now signed after the Marlins renewed the contracts of Logan Morrison, Wade LeBlanc, Mike Dunn, Rob Brantly, Alex Sanabia, Henderson Alvarez and Giancarlo Stanton on Saturday.

• With Stanton heading to the World Baseball Classic on Sunday, there will be plenty of opportunities for players to be in right field. Chris Coghlan got the starting nod on Saturday against the Mets.

• Christian Yelich led off Saturday's game with his first home run of Spring Training, a laser to right off Matt Harvey. The highly touted prospect also batted leadoff on Wednesday against the Nationals in Viera, Fla. He opened that game with a triple to deep center off Dan Haren.

• Prospect Jake Marisnick, acquired from the Blue Jays, is regarded as the organization's best defensive outfielder. He showed why in the first inning, sprinting straight back and robbing Collin Cowgill of extra bases.