Chris Coghlan, a man of major-league accomplishment and religious faith, promises he isn't sweating the final roster cuts he knows are coming soon.

"That stuff is inevitable. That's the nature of the game," said Coghlan, the 2009 National League Rookie of the Year who finds himself battling for one of the Marlins' backup outfield jobs. "There's no sense in worrying about it. I put my faith in the Lord and not the game."

After two separate surgeries on his left knee, one in 2010 and one last year, Coghlan is just thankful to be healthy, wherever he starts the season.