Maine appeared in four games for the Marlins and allowed 15 hits and 10 runs in just 7.1 innings. He is due $625,000 in salary this year.
Maine, who had not pitched in the majors since 2010, entered in the ninth inning. He allowed two hits but struck out one and escaped without allowing a run.
The right-hander, who had shoulder surgery in 2010, is glad to be back after a two-and-a-half year absence.
"That was one of the motivating things the last two years to try to get back," Maine said. "I didn't want to end it on that. That left a bitter taste. Now it’s not my last outing."
After failing in his bid for a spot in the starting rotation, veteran pitcher
"We're still deciding on Maine, trying to decide what we're going to do there," Redmond said. "It's something we're trying to figure out."