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Mike Redmond Rumors & News
- Bats: R
- Throws: R
- Height: 5-11
- Weight: 200
- Age 39
- Seasons: 12
- Salary: 850,000
- Birthplace: Seattle, Washington
Rotoworld Mar 2, 2014
Todd Redmond gave up three runs and two homers in his two innings of work Sunday against the Yankees.
Fish Bytes | Miami Herald Mar 2, 2014
VIERA -- Not that there was ever a question, but manager Mike Redmond on Sunday announced that Jose Fernandez would be his Opening Day starter when the Marlins kick things off March 31 against Colorado at Marlins Park. That will...
Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post Feb 28, 2014
JUPITER _ The Marlins and Cardinals begin Grapefruit League play today with defending NL Rookie of the Year Jose Fernandez facing Carlos Martinez. The plan is for Fernandez to pitch two innings. “I saw him first thing this morning and I asked him, ‘are you ready?’ He said, ‘you don’t even have to ask,’” Redmond said. “He’s got so much energy we try to keep him busy as much as he can. He just loves to compete so much he can’t wait. It doesn’t matter if it’s a spring training game or a regular season game. He’s so motivated. That’s the beauty. You like to see that...
Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post Feb 26, 2014
JUPITER _ Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez will miss several days of spring training because of an infection in his right shin. Alvarez, who was schedule to start Sunday in Viera against the Nationals, was at Roger Dean Stadium today and walking with the aid of crutches. He went to the hospital Tuesday to have the infection drained. “He had to have it cleaned out,” manager Mike Redmond said. “We’re expecting him to be fine in a couple of days. He’s probably out at least for three or four days.” Alvarez has been bothered by the infection for a few days. He pitched live...
Fish Bytes | Miami Herald Feb 25, 2014
JUPITER -- As a former catcher, Marlins manager Mike Redmond says he's never had a problem with collisions at the plate. He likes the aggressiveness on both sides, the concept of a runner trying to knock the ball out of...
Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post Feb 24, 2014
JUPITER – Mike Redmond plans to sprinkle in a few regulars and get them one at bat in the Marlins games this week against the University of Miami and Florida International on Wednesday and Thursday at Roger Dean Stadium. But those games primarily will be about the kids. “We’ll have some regulars in there and they’ll probably get an at bat and be done,” Redmond said. “For me it’s more of an opportunity to let our younger guys play, get some innings in and get an opportunity to see them early on. “We’ll save most of the regular guys for Friday.” The Marlins open Grapefruit...
Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post Feb 23, 2014
Ty Wigginton left an impression on Mike Redmond more than a decade ago, which is one reason Redmond had no objections when the Marlins discussed signing the utility infielder. Redmond and Wigginton were involved in a collision at home plate in 2003 when Redmond was playing for the Marlins and Wigginton for the Mets. The result had Redmond leaving the game with a shoulder injury and Wigginton vomiting after the game. Redmond called it “probably the hardest play I’ve ever had.” But it took a few years before Redmond realized Wigginton felt just as bad. “When I was playing for the Twins...
Fish Bytes | Miami Herald Feb 23, 2014
JUPITER -- Ty Wigginton has plenty of obstacles to overcome in order to win an Opening Day roster spot with the Marlins. But manager Mike Redmond said a violent home-plate collision he had with Wigginton in 2003 won't be one...
Miami Herald Feb 22, 2014
Instant replay might have spared Mike Redmond from being thrown out the only time umpires ejected him as a player. Redmond is convinced replay would have proved him right on a call at the plate that didnt go the catchers way when he was with the Minnesota Twins.
Miami Herald Feb 21, 2014
Instant replay might have spared Mike Redmond from being thrown out the only time umpires ejected him as a player. Redmond is convinced replay would have proved him right on a call at the plate that didn’t go the catcher’s way when he was with the Minnesota Twins.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Feb 21, 2014
Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond is withholding judgment on baseball's enhanced replay rules until season's end.Manager Mike Redmond spent part of his Thursday morning getting briefed on the new instant replay system. While encouraged at the notion of getting more calls right, Redmond on Friday said he would withhold judgment until season's end.
Fish@Bat Feb 21, 2014
RT @MLBNetworkRadio: Mike Redmond, #Marlins Manager, discusses the new instant replay system & banning home plate collisions. Audio: soundcloud.com/siriusxmsports…
Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post Feb 19, 2014
Marlins pitchers and catchers have the field to themselves for the final time today with the full squad reporting Thursday morning and holding their first workout in the afternoon. “Everybody will be here tomorrow, which is always a big day, even though most of our position players are already here,” manager Mike Redmond said. “To me tomorrow is the official first day,” Redmond gets his first official look at newcomers Garrett Jones, Rafael Furcal and Casey McGehee. Recently, Redmond was asked to take a stab at the lineup. “We have a lot of flexibility depending on lefties and...
Fish Tank | Palm Beach Post Feb 18, 2014
Blame the Red Sox. After seeing Boston win the World Series with a group of players who could have doubled for the cast of Duck Dynasty, the Marlins have decided to adjust their team policy and allow beards. The difference is you will not see the scruffy, chest-length hair that many Red Sox players sported last fall. “We try to keep the hair neat,” manager Mike Redmond said. “This year we’re going to let them have beards but we’ve got to keep them trimmed up and the hair, too. We just don’t want it to look sloppy.” The Marlins always have allowed goatees but the beard policy is...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Feb 16, 2014
Manager Mike Redmond and bullpen coach Reid Cornelius, two of Ryan Dempster's former teammates, where surprised to learn he is sitting out 2014.Neither manager Mike Redmond nor bullpen coach Reid Cornelius, two of Ryan Dempster's ex-Marlins' teammates, were aware the right-hander decided to sit out 2014.
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