Redmond spoke to the Miami pitcher about the situation.
"Just keep it consistent," Redmond said. "Nobody is expecting the pitcher to run a 4.0 down the first-base line. It's just to be consistent every time out of the box. That's what I told him. We don't need you to run as hard as you can out of the box on a ground ball to second base when you know you're out. I think it's more of being consistent on how you run. There are going to be times you might beat a ball out.
"At the end of the day, it's his game. If he gets on base, he has the ability to score a run. He's fine with it."
• Rafael Furcal will go on a rehab assignment this weekend at Triple-A New Orleans. Furcal is on the disabled list with a left hamstring strain. But he recently suffered a right groin strain at Double-A Jacksonville and shut down his rehab stint there.
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