Worth noting

• As he approaches his second Opening Day as manager of the Marlins, Redmond said Saturday, "It will definitely be a battle for us, but I'm excited. I think we've had a great spring. The atmosphere and the energy have been great."

• Saturday's rainout left the Marlins with an 18-12-2 record for the spring -- their first winning record in the Grapefruit League since 2008.

"I feel good about the spring," Redmond said. "It was a great spring as far as keeping everyone playing. For the most part, we will start the season healthy and go from there."

• The Marlins will need to make a couple of roster moves before Sunday's 3 p.m. ET deadline to make room for long reliever Kevin Slowey and reserve outfielder Reed Johnson on the 40-man roster. One of those openings will be created when outfielder Brian Bogusevic is designated for assignment.

Tom Koehler, the Marlins' No. 5 starter, warmed up in anticipation of Saturday's game, then threw in the bullpen after the game was rained out.

"He'll still get his pitches in," Redmond said. "He just won't face any hitters."

Jim Hawkins is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.