The Miami Marlins have spent most of the 2012 season looking to find the real Josh Johnson. For the most part, they were unable to find more than a few glimpses of him through the first two months of the season. While all of the Fish struggled in April, Johnson followed suit. When a good majority of the team played well in May, Johnson did not tag along as well as Marlins fans would have hoped. Overall, Johnson had just a 4.83 ERA through the first two months. He did post a 3.04 FIP during the first two months, indicating at least that his peripherals were intact and that Johnson was going to pitch just fine going forward.