Even as trade rumors continue to swirl, pitcher Josh Johnson said he has never wondered if Sunday's start might be his last for the Marlins.

"You hear about it, but it doesn't matter because if it's going to happen, it's going to happen. If not, then I'm still here, which is what I want. No point in worrying about it or getting caught up in it,'' he said Saturday.

The Marlins traded Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez to Detroit on Monday — a day after Sanchez made what turned out to be his last start for Miami. On Wednesday, Hanley Ramirez and Randy Choate were dealt to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Marlins are open to more moves by Tuesday's nonwaiver trading deadline, and Johnson might be the most sought-after pitcher on the market based on interest from multiple teams.