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John Maine pleased with first outing (w/video)

    JUPITER -- First spring outings were never John Maine's cup of tea, according to the right-hander. But Maine, who is trying to revive his major league career with the Marlins, passed his first test Saturday with a solid debut against the Cardinals.

     Maine completed his allotted two innings, giving up a wind-aided solo shot to David Freese but little else.

     "I was really really antsy, really excited," Maine said. "It's the first time I think I've ever gotten through two innings in my first start. I got six outs this time. I'm happy about that."

     Here's what Maine had to say: