As spring training headed into its final week, Chris Coghlan had played just a handful of innings in his new position, centerfield, and none of them in a major league game. A decision—moving the 2009 Rookie of the Year over from left—that was curious on its face looked even more questionable with each passing day that Coghlan didn't show he could handle center. Coghlan began his career as an infielder and moved to leftfield on the day he reached the majors in 2009. Since then he has ranked among the worst defensive leftfielders in the game, and that was before he blew out his left knee last July. Having traded away Cameron Maybin, the Marlins have limited outfield options. However, it may be time to let Coghlan return to his original position, second base, with Omar Infante serving as the utilityman (he can help ease Coghlan back to second and prospect Matt Dominguez in at third). Emilio Bonifacio, who brings speed and strong range numbers in limited time, can roam centerfield. Asking Coghlan to do something he can't do risks both the Marlins' season and Coghlan's development.