Redmond, 43, was named manager prior to the 2013 season, signing a three-year contract at that time. The Marlins entered today's final game with 77 wins, a fifteen-game improvement on the 2013 campaign, as the team became just one of three National League teams since the division split in 1969 to win 77 or more games following a 100-loss season, joining the 1986 Giants (83 wins) and the 2005 Diamondbacks (77 wins). Also, the team was 42-39 at Marlins Park this season, posting its first winning home record since 2010.
Redmond's coaching staff will all return for the 2015 season. Those coaches are: bench coach Rob Leary, pitching coach Chuck Hernandez, hitting coach Frank Menechino, first base/infield coach Perry Hill, third base/outfield coach Brett Butler, and bullpen coach Reid Cornelius.