Mark Redman

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Mark Redman MLB Career Stats

68-85 4.85 1238.2 747 1.43

Mark Redman Bio

  • Full Name: Mark Allen Redman
  • Born: 1/5/1974 in San Diego, CA
  • Draft: 1995, Minnesota Twins, 1st rd. (13th overall)
  • College: Oklahoma
  • Debut: July 24, 1999
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MLB Career Stats 68 85 4.85 219 203 0 1238.2 747 1.43


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Mark Redman Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2003 Florida NL

AL All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Kansas City AL

NL Player of the Week

Week Team League
07/06/2003 Florida NL

Mark Redman Leaderboards

Earned Run Average

Season ERA Rank
2002 4.21 24th in AL
2003 3.59 13th in NL
2004 4.71 23rd in AL


Season W Rank
2000 12 21st in AL
2003 14 12th in NL


Season SO Rank
2003 151 20th in NL


Season WHIP Rank
2002 1.29 22nd in AL
2003 1.22 11th in NL

Batting Average Against

Season AVG Rank
2003 .239 14th in NL

Games Started

Season GS Rank
2002 30 23rd in AL
2004 32 20th in AL

Complete Games

Season CG Rank
2002 3 9th in AL
2003 3 7th in NL
2004 2 8th in AL
2005 2 15th in NL
2006 2 6th in AL


Season SHO Rank
2005 1 8th in NL
2006 1 5th in AL

Innings Pitched

Season IP Rank
2002 203.0 18th in AL

Strikeouts per Nine Innings

Season K/9 Rank
2002 4.83 5th in AL
2004 4.81 10th in AL
2005 5.10 10th in NL
2006 4.10 3rd in AL

Strikeout/Walk Ratio

Season K/BB Rank
2002 2.14 15th in AL
2004 1.50 6th in AL
2005 1.80 12th in NL
2006 1.21 1st in AL

Bases on Balls

Season BB Rank
2004 68 20th in AL
2006 63 14th in AL


Season H Rank
2002 211 11th in AL
2004 218 15th in AL
2006 202 22nd in AL

Home Runs

Season HR Rank
2004 28 14th in AL

Mark Redman Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
May 22, 2007 Atlanta Braves released LHP Mark Redman.
May 18, 2007 Atlanta Braves activated LHP Mark Redman from the 15-day disabled list.

Mark Allen Redman Bio Info

Full name is Mark Allen Redman...he and his wife, Brandi, have a son, Jordan (10/25/00)...Is a 1992 graduate of Escondido (Calif.) High School, where he played baseball and football...attended The Master's College in Santa Clarita (Calif.) for one year before transferring to the University of Oklahoma...Was 14-3 with a 2.71 ERA during his sophomore season at Oklahoma in 1994...set school records for strikeouts (136) and innings pitched (135.1) during the regular season...posted a 5-0 record in postseason play as he helped the Sooners win the 1994 College World Series title...Was named 1st Team All-Big Eight, Big Eight Newcomer of the Year, NCAA All-Regional team and was a member of the College World Series All-Tournament team in 1994...Tossed a no-hitter for Anchorage in the Alaska Baseball League in 1994...finished 13-2 with a 2.12 ERA and 124 strikeouts in 110.1 innings pitched as a junior in 1995...led the conference in wins and strikeouts...Selected as a 1st Team All-American in both of his seasons at Oklahoma...attends and donates to the Fellowship Bible Church in Tulsa, Okla...also donates time and effort in support of the Garth Brooks Touch 'em All Foundation. 2007 Signed to a Minor League contract in late August, Redman produced some clutch performances for the Rockies in September, aiding the club's late surge...for the year, went 2-4 with a 7.62 ERA (41.1 ip, 35 er) in 11 games/eight starts for Atlanta and Colorado...was 2-0 with a 3.20 ERA (19.2 ip, 7 er) in five games/three starts for the Rockies...had his contract purchased from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sept. 7 and made his Rockies debut that night vs. San Diego...was one of 10 pitchers to appear for the Rockies in that game, setting a National League record for a nine-inning game and matching the Major League record...faced four batters in that game, issuing two walks and one hit to four batters outing would not come until Sept. 12 at Philadelphia, earning win in relief of spot starter Denny Bautista...tossed 5.0 shutout innings, allowing just two hits and no walks with four K's in Rockies' 12-0 win...was his first victory since Sept. 27, 2006 at Minnesota...matched longest relief outing by a Rockie all season...that performance earned him three more starts as Rockies' fifth starter the rest of the way...started Sept. 18 vs. Los Angeles (G2), taking no decision in Rockies' 9-8 win on Todd Helton's walk-off homer in the ninth (5.0 ip, 7 h, 4 rer)... also took no decision in Rox' 6-2 win on Sept. 22 at San Diego (4.1 ip, 4 h, 2 r-er)...started club's nextto- last game of the season, vs. Arizona on Sept. 29 and earned the victory after allowing one run on seven hits over 5.0 innings of work...signed a Minor League contract with Colorado on Aug. 19 and posted no record with a 2.92 ERA (12.1 ip, 4 er) in two games/starts for Colorado Springs...Rockies were the fourth organization this season for the 2006 American League All- '07, he originally signed a Minor League deal with Atlanta on March 10, and was a member of the Braves' season-opening rotation, starting that club's fourth game of the year on April 6...went 0-4 with an 11.63 ERA (21.2 ip, 28 er) in six games/five starts for Atlanta...his time with the Braves included a disabled list stint from May 2-17 following May 2 surgery for an ingrown toenail on his left big toe...made his last appearance with the Braves on May 19 at Boston and was released by Atlanta on May 25...signed a Minor League contract with Texas on May 29 and went 2-4 with a 5.34 ERA (55.2 ip, 33 er) in nine games/starts for Triple-A Oklahoma before being released on July 14...signed a Minor League deal with Toronto on July 31, going 0- 2 with a 5.12 ERA (19.1 ip, 11 er) in 4 games/starts for Triple-A Syracuse before his release on Aug. 16...including one rehab start with Richmond (5.2 shutout innings in win on May 13 at Durham) in Braves' organization, Redman combined to go 3-6 with a 4.65 ERA (93.0 ip, 48 er) in 16 total games/starts with four different Triple-A teams in 2007. 2006 Redman was the Royals' only All-Star and was the staff workhorse, finishing with 167 innings. He became the Royals' first 11-game winner since 2002, and fired a shutout against the hard-hitting Twins. The Royals were his sixth team in six years. 2005 Spent entire season with Pittsburgh, going 5-15 with a 4.90 ERA (178.1 IP, 97 ER) in 30 starts...ranked 2nd on staff in starts and innings behind Kip Wells...Pitched 2 of the club's 4 complete games...tied for 3rd among N.L. pitchers in losses...received the 2nd-lowest amount of run support (3.23 per game) among all Major League pitchers...teammate Kip Wells received the fewest (3.07)...Went 4-4 with a 2.80 ERA through his 1st 14 starts on June 14, but was 1-11 with a 7.20 ERA (85.0 IP, 68 ER) in his fi nal 16 starts...allowed 2 or fewer walks in 21 of his 30 starts...Tossed 6.0 scoreless innings in his Pittsburgh debut on April 7 at San Diego, but came away with a no decision (the Pirates lost 1-0 in 12 innings)...Won a 4-2 decision over Milwaukee's Gary Glover at Miller Park on April 12 for his 1st victory...was struck on the inside of his right kneecap in the contest by a Carlos Lee line drive with 2 outs in the 6th inning but finished the frame...Singled off Greg Maddux to snap an 0-for-31 streak at the plate, but lost 1st decision on April 17 vs. Chicago (N.L.)...Tossed a complete game, but lost a 2-1 decision to San Francisco's Brett Tomko on May 9 at SBC Park (8.0 IP, 6 H, 2 ER)...Pitched his 1st career shutout and 2nd straight complete game while tossing a 4-hitter vs. Milwaukee, May 14 (9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 SO)...was the 1st Pirates pitcher since Jason Schmidt in '97 to throw back-to-back complete games...Lost a career-high 6 straight decisions from June 29 to July 19...snapped the losing streak with a 3-0 victory over Colorado on July 24 at PNC Park (8.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER)...also produced an RBI single off Shawn Chacon...Surrendered just 2 hits and one run in 5.0 IP on Sept. 12 at St. Louis, but left the game with a fractured left index fi nger (suffered while bunting)...missed the remainder of the season after his Sept. 12 start...Served up 10 home runs after the All-Star break after allowing 8 in 117.1 innings prior to the break...Tied for 3rd in the league in balks...went 0-7 with a 6.27 ERA (79.0 IP, 55 ER) in his final 14 road starts after winning lone start away from home on April 12 at Milwaukee...The Pirates went 8-22 in his 30 starts, but lost in each of his last 9...Went 6-for-53 (.113) with 3 walks, 2 RBI and 4 sacrifice bunts at the plate (was 2-for-75 in his career as a batter prior to the season). 2004 Spent entire season with Oakland...Established career highs in games started, walks and pickoffs (nine). ...His nine pickoffs were two more than his career total entering the season and they tied for second-most in the majors behind Chicago's Mark Buehrle (10)...Tied career high in appearances...His 2.90 road ERA ranked third in the American League, but his 7.46 ERA at home was the highest among all major league pitchers with 75 or more innings...Since 1972, only two A.L. pitchers have had a higher home ERA with a minimum of 75 innings pitched (LaTroy Hawkins had an 8.36 ERA at home for Minnesota in 1999 and Chris Carpenter had a 7.53 ERA in Toronto in 2000)...Allowed a team-high 28 home runs, the most allowed by an A's pitcher since Tom Candiotti gave up 30 in 1998...Suffered a loss in both of his complete games and has now gone 5-3 with a 1.81 ERA in his eight career complete games (69.2ip/14er)...Was 4-2 with a 2.93 ERA (58.1ip/19er) in nine starts when pitching on five days rest and 7-6 with a 4.72 ERA (101.0ip/53er) in 17 starts when pitching on four days rest...Was the winning pitcher in his 100th career start, a 4-2 victory @Tampa Bay on 4/30...Surrendered 12 hits while tossing a complete game in a 3-1 loss @Detroit on 5/13 (the 12 hits were the most allowed by an A's pitcher in a complete game since June 27, 1999 when Kenny Rogers allowed 12 hits in a 4-3 loss @Anaheim)...Allowed a career-high nine runs in a 9-6 loss @Boston on 5/26...Had season-high three-game winning streak from 6/6-23...Followed that with a five-game losing streak from 6/27 to 7/22, the only time he lost more than two straight games in 2004...Produced a 7.62 ERA (28.1ip/24er) and opponents hit .301 (34-for-113) during the losing streak...Allowed a career-high four home runs on 7/2 @San Francisco...Tossed his second complete game in a 4-2 loss @Seattle on 7/22...Surrendered 11 home runs during the month of July -- the most home runs allowed in one month by an Oakland pitcher since June, 1987 when Curt Young also allowed 11...Tossed a season-low 2.0 innings on 8/27 vs. Tampa Bay; his shortest outing since September 11, 2002 when he tossed 1.2 innings for Detroit @Minnesota...Picked up 10th victory on 9/2 @Chicago...Went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts as a batter. 2003 Acquired from the Florida Marlins in exchange for right-handed pitcher Mike Neu and Bill Murphy...finished the 2003 season with a 14-9 record and 3.59 ERA in 29 starts...posted career highs in wins and strikeouts (151), besting his previous marks of 12 wins and 117 strikeouts with Minnesota in 2000...allowed a .239 batting average, which ranked 13th in the National League. He recorded three complete games, which ranked tied for seventh in the NL...Redman posted a 0-1 record and 6.50 ERA (13 er in 18.0 ip) in four postseason starts in 2003. 2002 Posted an 8-15 record with a career-best 4.21 ERA, making a career-high 30 starts for the Detroit Tigers... topped the Club's staff in innings pitched (203.0) and strikeouts (109)... tied for the Club lead in wins, games started and complete games (three)... the innings pitched and complete games each marked career bests... ranked third in the American League, tossing 105.53 pitches per start and ranked 16th in the AL, throwing 3,166 total pitches... was tied for third in the AL with 11 wild pitches... received the lowest run support of any AL pitcher, 3.68 runs per nine innings and was tied for fourth in the AL with 15 losses... struck out the fifth-fewest batters per nine innings in the AL, 4.83... went 5-1 with four no-decisions in games in which the Tigers scored four or more runs as Detroit won seven of the 10 games... posted a 2.48 ERA in those games, allowing 27 runs (21 ER) in 76.1 IP... went 3-14 with three ND and a 5.26 ERA in the 20 games the Tigers scored fewer than four runs (74 ER in 126.2 IP)... egan the season on a five-game losing streak, April 5-May 15... allowed 30 ER in 50.2 innings, a 5.33 ERA... issued 21 walks and struck out 36, including a season-high eight on April 28 vs. Minnesota... dating back to May 15, 2001, the losing streak extended to a career-long eight games, as he ended 2001 on a three-game slide... overall, went 0-8 with a 5.71 ERA in 12 games (41 ER in 64.2 IP), May 15, 2001-May 15, 2002... failed to work out of the fifth inning in his first start, April 5 vs. Cleveland, but worked six-plus innings in each of his next 22 starts, April 12-August 7... followed his 0-5 start with two wins in his next three outings, May 21-June 1... combined to allow three runs (two ER) over those starts, covering 26.0 innings, a 0.69 ERA... fired back-to-back complete games in the wins, May 21 vs. Cleveland and May 27 at Cleveland, the first two complete games of his Major League the Indians to two runs (one ER) on 14 hits over 18.0 innings, a 0.50 ERA... went 2-2 with a 2.86 ERA in May, allowing 10 ER in 37.1 innings... limited the opposition to a .252 batting average in his five starts in the month... posted a 2.86 ERA in six June starts, despite a 1-3 record, allowing 14 ER in 44.0 innings...collected his lone win of the month on June 21 vs. Montreal, as he held the Expos to one run on seven hits in 8.0 innings... received 13 runs of support in his six starts, 2.17 runs per outing... took the loss in his third complete game of the season, July 17 at Yankee Stadium... held the Yankees scoreless on three hits over the first 8.0 innings, only to allow two runs in the bottom of the ninth... was named the Tigers' Pitcher of the Month for July, as he went 3-1 with a 2.39 ERA, allowing 10 ER in 37.2 innings in five starts...fanned 20 batters and allowed a .200 (27x135) batting average...notched consecutive wins in the month, topping the Red Sox in Boston on July 5 (4 ER in 8.0 IP) and downing the White Sox in Detroit on July 12 (1 ER in 6.0 IP), the second of three two-game winning streaks on the year... went 2-0 over three starts, July 23-August 2, allowing four runs in 22.0 innings, a 1.63 ERA... the two wins extended his run to 4-1 over six starts, July 5-August 2... gave up two earned runs or less in six straight starts, July 12-August 7... tossed a total of 43.2 innings, allowing nine ER, a 1.85 ERA... followed that stretch by dropping six of his final seven starts, including two three-game losing slides, from August 12-September 11, before being shut down for the remainder of the season with a tired arm...recorded an 8.39 ERA (37 ER in 39.2 IP) over the seven starts, allowing four or more ER in each of the starts... pitched 1.2 innings in his final start of the season, a loss at Minnesota on September 11... matched the shortest outing of his Major League career, as he worked 1.2 innings at Boston on April 24, 2000... collected his first Major League hit on June 16 off Arizona's Rick Helling, a sixth-inning bunt single... departed six starts in which he held the lead, only to see the Tigers bullpen blow the save opportunity... issued a career-high six walks on May 4 at Minnesota... allowed a 268 opponent batting average, with right-handers hitting .261 against him and lefties batting .289... saw batters hit .294 against him with runners on base, including .293 with runners in scoring position and .321 with runners in scoring position and two outs. 2001 Acquired by the Tigers from Minnesota in exchange for righthander Todd Jones on July 28, he made 11 starts in the majors as he battled through an injury-plagued season...Opened the 2001 season in the starting rotation for Minnesota...suffered the loss in his first start of the season April 7 at Kansas City as he allowed five runs (two earned) on six hits in just 4.2 innings...Fanned a season-high six batters as he worked seven innings in a win over the White Sox on April 13...Surrendered a season-high 11 hits as he allowed just two runs in seven innings and did not figure in the decision as the Twins defeated Kansas City 5-3 on April 18...Roughed up in his start at Boston on April 24, allowing five runs on seven hits as he lasted just 1.2 innings -- the shortest start of his major league career...Matched a season high as he worked seven innings in a loss to Baltimore on April 28, allowing two runs on eight hits...Snapped a two-game losing streak with a 6-2 victory over Kansas City May 4...allowed just one run on seven hits in 5.2 innings...Placed on the 15-day disabled list following his start at Baltimore on May 20 with a strained left tricep muscle...Posted a 1-1 record with a 3.32 ERA in four starts during the opposition to a .238 batting average (20x84) as he allowed eight runs in 21.2 innings...Assigned to Triple A Edmonton for a rehab start on June 17...allowed two runs on three hits as he lasted just 1.1 innings in the start...Transferred to the 60-day disabled list by Minnesota on July 12...Assigned to Triple A Toledo for a rehab assignment by the Tigers shortly after the club acquired him from Minnesota...Made his first start with the Mud Hens on August 6, allowing three runs on four hits in 4.1 innings in the first game of a doubleheader against Charlotte...Suffered the loss in his second start, August 11 at Charlotte...allowed five runs (three earned) on four hits in five innings, fanning four batters...Did not figure in the decision in his final rehab start with Toledo, working 4.1 innings against Louisville at Ned Skeldon Stadium on August 17...Activated from the disabled list by the Tigers on August 22...suffered the loss in his Tigers debut August 23 at Seattle -- allowed two runs on five hits in 5.1 innings...Surrendered four runs on six hits in just 3.2 innings as he took the loss for the Tigers August 29 against the Chicago White Sox...Matched a career high with a three-game losing streak May 15-August 29, posting a 7.07 ERA (14.0IP/11ER) over the four-start span...Underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a slight meniscus tear behind his left knee on September 5...the surgery was performed by Dr. Terry Lock and forced Redman to miss the remainder of the season. 2000 Acquired from Minnesota July 28, 2001...Had a 12-9 record with Minnesota. 1999 On the Minnisota Twins' disabled list July 25-August 10, 1999. 1998 Combined to go 10-9 with a 4.23 ERA in 27 games (26 starts) with New Britain (Twins' AA) and Salt Lake...Began season with New Britain and allowed two runs or less in each of his first four starts, going 2-1 with a 1.23 ERA (22.0ip/3er)...Whiffed season-high 10 batters on 5/8 @New Haven...Was promoted to Triple-A on 5/25 and went 3-1 with a 3.38 ERA (29.1ip/11er) in his first five starts...Was on disabled list from 8/1-8 with a left groin pull...Finished third on Salt Lake's staff in games started. 1997 Spent entire season with Salt Lake...Led staff in games started and strikeouts...Finished second in the Pacific Coast League in starts and strikeouts, while ranking third in innings pitched...Led league in losses and finished tied for fourth in home runs allowed. ...Went 1-3 with a 7.76 ERA in his first six games...Registered his first and only professional save on 4/6 vs. Albuquerque...Struck out season-high 11 batters in 8.2 innings of work vs. Vancouver on 6/2...Tossed 7.0 scoreless frames and allowed two hits in 10-0 win vs. Las Vegas on 6/7...Surrendered five runs or more in three straight starts from 7/12-22, going 0-2 with an 11.49 ERA. 1996 Compiled a 10-11 record and a 3.08 ERA in 30 starts between Fort Myers (Twins' A), New Britain and Salt Lake...Shared minor league lead with 193.0 innings pitched and ranked eighth with 175 strikeouts...Began season with Ft. Myers...Did not allow an earned run in three consecutive starts from 4/14-25 (21.0ip)...Paced the Florida State League in ERA (0.92) and strikeouts (37) during the month of April...Tossed a five-hit complete game @Sarasota on 6/1...Earned promotion to New Britain on 6/10...Shared club lead at New Britain with seven wins and 96 strikeouts...Struck out season-best 10 batters on 6/28 vs. New Haven...Received a promotion to Salt Lake on 8/31...Pitched with Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League following the regular season. 1995 Made professional debut with Ft. Myers after being selected by Minnesota in the 1st round (13th pick overall) of the June draft...Won his professional debut in relief on 7/25 vs. St. Lucie (retired all six batters he faced, striking out three)..Did not allow an earned run in three straight games from 8/4-14 (14.0ip/1r/12so).