Tike Redman

  • CF
  • B/T: L/L
  • 5' 11"/175

Tike Redman MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.281 17 117 40 .701

Tike Redman Bio

  • Full Name: Julian Jawann Redman
  • Born: 3/10/1977 in Tuscaloosa, AL
  • Draft: 1996, Pittsburgh Pirates, 5th rd. (126th overall)
  • High School: Tuscaloosa Academy, AL
  • Debut: 6/30/2000
  • Last Game: 9/30/2007
  • Relationship(s): brother of Prentice Redman
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 1370 167 385 17 117 40 .281 .315 .701

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Awards

Tike Redman Awards

INT Player of the Week

Week Team League
05/21/2007 Norfolk INT

Tike Redman Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2004 18 17th in NL

Triples

Season 3B Rank
2003 5 19th in NL
2005 4 19th in NL

Games Played

Season G Rank
2004 155 22nd in NL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2004 6 16th in NL

Tike Redman Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
June 4, 2011 Olmecas de Tabasco released CF Tike Redman.
May 7, 2010 Olmecas de Tabasco signed CF Tike Redman.
April 1, 2010 Nashville Sounds released OF Tike Redman.
August 22, 2009 Nashville Sounds signed free agent OF Tike Redman.

Julian Jawann Redman Bio Info

Julian Jawonn Redman...Nickname is "Tike"...Single....Is a 1996 graduate of Tuscaloosa (AL) Academy High School where he played baseball and football (running back and wide receiver) and ran track...Baseball team was state runner-up his senior year...Signed by Pirate scout Dave Klipstein...Participated in the 2000 Arizona Fall League and hit .304 (35-for-115) with two homers, 17 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 31 games with Peoria and was named to the all-prospect team...His brother Prentice made his major league debut with the New York Mets in 2003. 2007 Began the season with the York Revolution in the independent Atlantic League and batted .464 (13-28) in 7 games before signing as a minor league free agent with the Orioles on May 15...Was assigned to AAA Norfolk and batted .300 (88-293) with 2 home runs and 26 RBI for the Tides...Hit .353 (12-34) over his last 10 games...Was named International League Batter of the Week, May 14-20, his first week at Norfolk...Hit .481 with 12 runs scored over the span...Reached base safely in 25 straight games, June 17-July 16, and hit safely in 14 games during that stretch, June 18-July 2...Hit over .300 in 3 of his last 4 months with the Tides...His contract was selected from AAA Norfolk on August 9 and he appeared in 40 games for the Orioles over the final two months of the season...Went 1-for-3 on August 10 vs. Boston, his first official Orioles appearance....Was announced as a pinch hitter on August 9 but did not get an at-bat...Hit safely in 19 of his final 25 games beginning September 3, batting .317 (32-101) with 8 doubles, a triple, 2 home runs and 5 stolen bases...Had 9 multi-hit games in that span...Went 2-for-4 with a double and triple September 11 and 2-for-4 with a solo home run on September 12, both against the Angels...Had 3 hits on September 6 vs. Boston...Was 3-for-5 with 2 double, a RBI and a stolen base on September 14 at Toronto...Also had a double with 3 RBI on August 18 and a triple on August 19, both at Toronto...Went 4-for-6 with 2 doubles and a stolen base on September 28 against New York...Was his 4th career 4-hit game, and his first since May 20, 2005 with Pittsburgh. 2005 Spent second straight full season with Pittsburgh...Made 56 starts in center field and three in right field...Also made two appearances in left field...Committed all seven errors (six fielding/one throwing) while playing center field...Had a team-high five outfield assists...Was club's most-used pinch hitter, going 11-for-51 (.216) with seven walks and five RBI off the bench...Ranked 11th in the league with 51 pinch-hitting at bats...Made second consecutive appearance on Pirates Opening Day roster...Batted third and started in center field on Opening Day vs. Milwaukee (went 1-for-4)...Hit club's first home run of the campaign; a two-run shot off Milwaukee's Doug Davis on 4/6...Went 2-for-4 with a triple on 4/11, but then went 1-for-23 in his next 10 contests...Snapped an 0-for-19 streak after taking Houston's Andy Pettitte deep for second and final home run on 5/2...Went 10-for-17 (.588) during a season-high, six-game hitting streak from 5/14-21...Had third career four-hit game on 5/20 vs. Colorado...Produced a two-run single as a pinch hitter on 6/1 vs. Florida. ...Average peaked at a season-high .291 following three-hit performance @St. Louis on 6/23...Batted .388 (19-for-49) during the month of June, raising season average from .221 to .275...Delivered a two-out, two-run pinch-hit single in the 9th inning on 7/8 vs. New York (the Pirates went on to win the game in 10 innings)...Hit just .176 (9-for-51) in 25 games during the month July (seven starts)...Made sixth career start in right field (first since 8/19/01) on 7/24 vs. Colorado...Made third career appearance (first since 7/18/00) in left field on 8/1 @Atlanta...Snapped an 0-for-11 streak as a pinch hitter on 8/2...Made third career appearance (first since 7/18/00) in left field on 8/1 @Atlanta. ...Struck out just twice (both times on 9/28 @Chicago) in his last 27 games (53 plate appearances) after 8/30...Hit .308 at PNC Park and just .205 on the road...Had 15 infield hits, including one bunt base hit...Went 12-for-56 (.214) with one walk, six RBI and runs scored in 11 games as the leadoff hitter...Hit .303 (33-for-109) from the second spot of the order and .375 (15-for-40) from the seventh spot. 2004 Spent first full season in the majors and established career highs in every offensive category...Hit .312 in his last 99 contests after batting just .223 in 56 games thru 6/13...Led club in stolen bases...Made 134 starts in center field and went 4-for-11 with two RBI as a pinch hitter...Began season as Pittsburgh's leadoff hitter until Jason Kendall assumed that position on a full-time basis beginning on 5/14...Hit .231 and produced a .250 on-base percentage in 39 games as the leadoff hitter...Batted .338 in 54 games from the sixth spot, .265 in 30 games from the seventh spot and .262 in 14 games from the eighth spot...Was Pittsburgh's Opening Day center fielder for the first time in his career...Started each of the first 33 games and led off each of the first 27...Tied career high with first of six three-RBI games on 4/12 @Chicago (NL)...Produced 10-game hitting streak from 4/12-24 (14-for-47, .298)...Drew just one base on balls (4/12) in his first 21 games thru the month of April...Batting average dropped to .210 following 0-for-3 performance on 5/4...Smacked first home run on 5/8 vs. Los Angeles...Went deep for second time in three contests on 5/11 @Colorado...Batted eighth in the lineup for the first of 14 times on 5/8 vs. Los Angeles...Hit seventh in the lineup for the first of 30 times on 5/19...Moved up to the sixth spot of the batting order on 7/16...Went 7-for-38 (.184) in 18 games from 5/22 thru 6/13, dropping batting average to .223...Hit safely in 34 of his next 42 games, to raise average to .277 by the end of July...Had first career two-homer game on 6/17 vs. Anaheim...Went 21-for-47 (.447) with nine multi-hit games during 12-game stretch from 7/20 thru 7/31...Connected off Cincinnati's Brandon Claussen for first and only career home run off a left-handed pitcher...Stole six bases during the month of July after swiping a total of five bases during the first three months combined...His .364 average in July tied for third among National League players (St. Louis' Jim Edmonds led the circuit with a .381 average)...Began August by going 1-for-13 in first four games, but then hit safely in a career-high 11 straight games (15-for-42, .357)...His home run on 8/28 vs. St. Louis was his final one of the year...Swiped two bases on 9/29 @Philadelphia (game two) and was successful in 10 of his last 11 stolen base attempts...Finished season with a seven-game hitting streak (12-for-26, .462)...Went 24 straight games without an RBI from 8/30 thru 9/25 before collecting two on 9/26 vs. Cincinnati...Also tallied two RBI on 9/27 @Philadelphia...His triple in the final game on 10/3 was his first since 5/28...Hit .320 (33-for-103) in his last 29 games, beginning on 9/1...Went 4-for-9 with 10 RBI while batting with the bases loaded...Led club with 28 infield hits (three bunt base hits). 2003 Began season with Nashville (AAA) and reached base safely in each of his first 24 games...Produced an 11-game hitting streak from 4/12-22...Hit .333 (55-for-165) with 32 runs scored and 18 stolen bases in 42 games from 4/12 thru 5/28...Went 5-for-5 with a double, triple and three RBI on 5/27 @Iowa...Batted .344 (32-for-93) in May...Hit safely in 10 of his 11 games from 7/4-19...Ranked second in the Pacific Coast League in stolen bases despite missing the final month of Nashville's season...Was also named the league's best baserunner by Baseball America...Had his contract purchased by Pittsburgh prior to the game on 8/1...Went 2-for-4 with two triples and two RBI on 8/1 vs. Colorado, his first game with the Pirates since 8/17/01 (his two-run triple in the 9th tied the score at 11-11 and he scored the winning run on Jason Kendall's single)...Hit safely in six straight games from 8/7-12...Posted his first career four-hit game on 8/11 vs. St. Louis...Hit second career leadoff home run on 8/12 vs. St. Louis. ...Hit safely in eight straight games from 8/20-28, going 13-for-31 (.419) with five doubles and five RBI...Went 4-for-5 with a double, home run and three RBI on 8/24 @Milwaukee...Hit safely in 18 of his last 19 starts, going 33-for-84 (.393) with 11 multi-hit efforts...Finished the season with a nine-game hitting streak (19-for-35, .543), matching his career-best set in 2001; the hit streak was also the second-longest active streak in the senior circuit at season's end...Ranked seventh in the National League with a .345 batting average in September...Tied for the major league lead with 76 hits after 8/1 (Toronto's Vernon Wells also had 76)...Compiled 22 multi-hit games in his 56 contests with Pittsburgh...Hit .341 (14-for-41) with runners in scoring position...Appeared as a leadoff hitter 46 times, batting .320 (65-for-203) with a .367 on-base percentage...Made 54 appearances (51 starts) in center field and committed two errors...Had one assist...Hit .368 (42-for-114) against teams from the N.L. Central...Played winter ball in Venezuela and hit .313 (61-for-195) with 12 doubles, three triples, two homers and 15 RBI in 54 games with Zulia (managed by Pete Mackanin). 2002 Spent entire season with Nashville (AAA), but missed two months of action from 4/14 to 6/19 after suffering a "hook-in-the-hammate" fracture in his right hand while swinging at a ball during the Sounds' opening homestand ... Hit .299 (67-for-224) against right-handed pitchers, but just .195 (17-for-87) against southpaws ... Led Nashville in triples, his first season with fewer than 10 three-baggers since 1997 ... Made 73 appearances in center field and two in left field ... Was Nashville's most-used leadoff batter (70 games) ... Drew only 21 walks in 339 plate appearances (1 BB per 16 PA) and posted just a .315 on-base percentage. ... Placed on D.L. due to the hand injury on 4/15, the first time he had ever been de-activated in his professional career ... Was reinstated on 6/20 after rehabbing injury at Pirates' extended spring training camp in Bradenton, Florida ... Batted .348 (16-for-46) in initial 11 games upon his return from the two-month D.L. stint ... Hit first of two home runs on 7/17 vs. Tacoma ... Posted multiple-hit efforts in five-of-six games from 7/29 thru 8/4 (13-for-28, .464) ... Hit second homer on 8/8 at Salt Lake ... Batted .345 (48-for-139) over his final 32 games ... Produced season-high 10-game hitting streak from 8/23-31 (20-for-42, .476) ... Registered season-best four hits on 8/27 at Las Vegas, following two consecutive three-hit efforts on 8/25 and 8/26.

Notes: (thru 2002)
  • CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Pirates' 5th round selection in 1996 June free agent draft
  • ML SERVICE: 62 days
  • MOST HR/GAME: 1 HR (twice), 7/19/01 vs. Chicago (NL) & 7/15/00 at Cleveland.
  • MOST HITS/GAME: 2 hits (8 times), last on 8/4/01 at Colorado.
  • MOST RBI/GAME: 1 RBI (5 times), last on 8/9/01 vs. Los Angeles.
  • GRAND SLAMS: None.
  • LEAD-OFF HOME RUNS: (1), 7/15/00 at Cleveland.
  • LONGEST HITTING STREAK: 2001: 9 games, Career: 9 games (2001).

  • 2001 Pacific Coast League mid-season All-Star.
  • His seven-year minor league totals include a .270 average (800-for-2961), 25 home runs, 301 RBI and 169 stolen bases in 753 games
  • Has hit all 27 of his professional home runs off right-handed pitchers
  • Made major league debut on 6/30/00 at Philadelphia and singled off Randy Wolf for first big-league hit in third at bat
  • His first major league home run was a "lead-off" homer off Jim Brower at Cleveland on 7/15/00
  • Has made 28 appearances (25 starts) in center field, 11 appearances (five starts) in right field and two appearances (one start) in left field while playing for the Pirates. 2001 Spent majority of season with Nashville (AAA)...Tied for Pacific Coast League lead in triples and ranked fourth among league outfielders with 13 assists...Led Nashville batters in hits and ranked second in stolen bases and at bats...Led Sounds with 36 multi-hit games, including eight three-hit and three four-hit efforts...Batted .385 (30-for-78) with runners in scoring position, including a .444 mark (4-for-9) and 10 RBI with the bases loaded...Hit .395 (51-for-129) with runners on base, but just .260 with the bases empty...Made 78 starts in center field, eight in right field and six in left field...Went 3-for-4 and hit first of three Triple-A home runs on 4/6 vs. Calgary...Recorded 13-game hitting streak from 4/5-17 (22-for-54, .407)...Went hitless on 4/18 and then hit safely in his next nine contests (15-for-40, .375) thru 4/28...Was leading the league with a .385 batting average when he was recalled by Pittsburgh on 5/6...Went 0-for-8 with seven strikeouts in four games with the Pirates and was optioned back to Nashville on 5/10...Reached base safely in 35 straight minor league games from 4/5 thru 5/18...Posted an 11-game hitting streak from 4/30 to 5/18 (18-for-47, .383)...Knocked in season-high four runs on 6/13 vs. Las Vegas...Named as a reserve outfielder on P.C.L. squad for Triple-A All-Star Game on 7/11 at Indianapolis (later added to starting lineup in place of Iowa's Roosevelt Brown)...Hit for the cycle on 6/30 at Tucson (4-for-5, three RBI); becoming the first Nashville player to accomplish the feat in the club's 24-year history...Also tied club record with 10 total bases in the game on 6/30...Recalled by Pirates a second time on 7/13 and hit safely in first five games...Connected off Chicago's Courtney Duncan for second major league home run on 7/19...Recorded career-high nine-game hitting streak from 7/21-31 (13-for-39, .333), but hit just .174 (8-for-46) in his next 15 games...Was optioned to Nashville on 8/18 and finished the season by batting .333 (18-for-54) in his last 14 Triple-A games...Hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games...Made a total of 28 appearances (25 starts) in center field and seven appearances (three starts) in right field for the Pirates...Had two fielding errors (both in center field) and four assists...Reached base safely in 17 of his 20 games as the Pittsburgh lead-off hitter, going 20-for-85 (.235) with four walks...Played winter ball in Venezuela and hit .301 (66-for-219) with two home runs, 20 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 55 games with Oriente. 2000 Spent majority of season with Nashville (AAA) ... Tied for second among Pacific Coast League hitters in triples and ranked fifth in at bats ... Led Sounds in at bats and hits ... Swiped 24 bases but was also caught a team-high 18 times ... Also led the Sounds with three four-hit games ... Finished fourth on the team in RBI despite hitting leadoff most of the season ... Went 3-for-5 with a double and three RBI @ Iowa on 4/13 ... Homered and drove in a season-high four runs on 6/7 vs. Tucson ... Hit safely in 10 straight games between 6/7-16, going 17-for-47 (.362) ... Led off game with home run on 6/28 vs. Memphis ... Was recalled by Pittsburgh on 6/30 and made Major League debut as a starter in right field that night @ Philadelphia ... Singled to left field in third at bat off Randy Wolf for first big-league hit ... Appeared in the leadoff position and went 2-for-5 with a run scored @ Philadelphia on 7/2 ... Led off the game with a home run - first in the majors - off Jim Brower @ Cleveland on 7/15 (also accouting for lone big-league RBI) ... Made four appearances in right field (two starts) and two appearances in left field (one start) before being optioned back to Nashville on 7/19 ... Led off game with a home run on 9/3 vs. New Orleans ... Made 90 appearances in center field, 25 in left field and seven in right field while playing with Nashville. ... Had five errors (all in center) and five assists (all from center).

    1999...
    Spent entire season with Altoona (AA) ... Led Eastern League in triples and led club in stolen bases ... Established minor league career highs in games, runs, hits, triples and RBI ... Made 112 appearances in center field, 16 in left field and five in right field ... Committed nine errors and had 12 assists ... Hit .218 (17-for-78) in his first 20 games thru 4/30 and just .191 (27-for-141) in 39 games thru 5/19 ... Hit safely in 15 of his next 18 games (27-for-67, .402), which included a nine-game hitting streak between 5/29 and 6/6 (18-for-35, .514) ... Homered twice and knocked in four runs on 7/4 @ Erie ... Batted .336 (39-for-116) in 28 games during the month of July ... Made first of five appearances in right field on 7/22 @ Akron ... Hit safely in 12 consecutive games between 7/25 and 8/6 (19-for-53, .358), which included seven straight multi-hit contests between 7/25-31 ... Average reached season-high .275 following the action on 8/27 ... Hit .297 (116-for-391) in his final 97 games after batting .191 thru 5/19 ... Participated in the Arizona Fall League and batted .289 (33-for-114) with two homers, a team-leading four triples and 22 RBI in 30 games with Mesa.

    1998...
    Spent second straight full season with Lynchburg (A) ... Set minor league career highs in doubles, homers and stolen bases ... Ranked third in the Carolina League in at bats and tied for third in triples ... Also ranked fifth in the league and third in Pirates' organization in stolen bases ... Made all 131 defensive appearances in center field ... Had eight errors and seven assists ... Tallied four hits on 4/12 @ Kinston ... Batted just .210 (17-for-81) in his first 20 games thru 5/2 ... Picked up six RBI on 5/4 @ Prince William ... Hit safely in a season-high 13 straight games between 5/3-20 (18-for-59, .305) ... Hit .247 and knocked in just five runs in 25 games during the month of June ... Went 4-for-4 on 7/12 vs. Salem and 4-for-6 with four RBI on 7/17 @ Winston-Salem ... Hit safely in nine straight games between 7/23-31 (11-for-35, .314) ... Went hitless in his next three contests (12 at bats) before hitting safely in six consecutive (11-for-24, .458) ... Had back-to-back three-hit games on 8/24-25.

    1997...
    Spent entire season with Carolina League champion Lynchburg (managed by Jeff Banister) ... Made 124 appearances in center field and one @ first base (8/29 @ Salem) ... Committed six errors in the outfield and had eight assists ... Hit safely in first five games ... Had season-high four hits on 4/13 vs. Prince William ... Batted just .228 (18-for-79) in his first 24 games thru 5/1 ... Hit .348 (32-for-92) in 28 games during the month of May, which included a season-best nine-game hitting streak between 5/17-24 (12-for-30, .400) ... Average peaked at .315 following a two-hit game on 6/9 vs. Winston-Salem (game one) ... Batting average at .300 for final time on 6/24 ... Hit just .183 (32-for-175) over his final 52 games ... Participated in the Maryland Fall League and hit .293 (39-for-133) with 15 RBI and nine steals in 36 games with Bowie.

    1996...
    Began first professional season with Bradenton after being selected by Pittsburgh in the fifth round of the June draft ... Was named Gulf Coast League Player-of-the-Week for the week of 7/8-14 ... Was promoted to Erie on 7/22 and hit safely in 11 of his first 14 games (18-for-58, .310) thru 8/6 ... Went 4-for-5 with a homer and five RBI on 8/10 vs. New Jersey ... Batting average reached .350 following two-hit game vs. Pittsfield on 8/11 ... Batted .296 (81-for-274) with three homers and 37 RBI in 69 combined games with the two clubs.
    1999 Spent entire season with Altoona (AA) ... Led Eastern League in triples and led club in stolen bases ... Established minor league career highs in games, runs, hits, triples and RBI ... Made 112 appearances in center field, 16 in left field and five in right field ... Committed nine errors and had 12 assists ... Hit .218 (17-for-78) in his first 20 games thru 4/30 and just .191 (27-for-141) in 39 games thru 5/19 ... Hit safely in 15 of his next 18 games (27-for-67, .402), which included a nine-game hitting streak between 5/29 and 6/6 (18-for-35, .514) ... Homered twice and knocked in four runs on 7/4 @ Erie ... Batted .336 (39-for-116) in 28 games during the month of July ... Made first of five appearances in right field on 7/22 @ Akron ... Hit safely in 12 consecutive games between 7/25 and 8/6 (19-for-53, .358), which included seven straight multi-hit contests between 7/25-31 ... Average reached season-high .275 following the action on 8/27 ... Hit .297 (116-for-391) in his final 97 games after batting .191 thru 5/19 ... Participated in the Arizona Fall League and batted .289 (33-for-114) with two homers, a team-leading four triples and 22 RBI in 30 games with Mesa. 1998 Spent second straight full season with Lynchburg (A) ... Set minor league career highs in doubles, homers and stolen bases ... Ranked third in the Carolina League in at bats and tied for third in triples ... Also ranked fifth in the league and third in Pirates' organization in stolen bases ... Made all 131 defensive appearances in center field ... Had eight errors and seven assists ... Tallied four hits on 4/12 @ Kinston ... Batted just .210 (17-for-81) in his first 20 games thru 5/2 ... Picked up six RBI on 5/4 @ Prince William ... Hit safely in a season-high 13 straight games between 5/3-20 (18-for-59, .305) ... Hit .247 and knocked in just five runs in 25 games during the month of June ... Went 4-for-4 on 7/12 vs. Salem and 4-for-6 with four RBI on 7/17 @ Winston-Salem ... Hit safely in nine straight games between 7/23-31 (11-for-35, .314) ... Went hitless in his next three contests (12 at bats) before hitting safely in six consecutive (11-for-24, .458) ... Had back-to-back three-hit games on 8/24-25. 1997 Spent entire season with Carolina League champion Lynchburg (managed by Jeff Banister) ... Made 124 appearances in center field and one @ first base (8/29 @ Salem) ... Committed six errors in the outfield and had eight assists ... Hit safely in first five games ... Had season-high four hits on 4/13 vs. Prince William ... Batted just .228 (18-for-79) in his first 24 games thru 5/1 ... Hit .348 (32-for-92) in 28 games during the month of May, which included a season-best nine-game hitting streak between 5/17-24 (12-for-30, .400) ... Average peaked at .315 following a two-hit game on 6/9 vs. Winston-Salem (game one) ... Batting average at .300 for final time on 6/24 ... Hit just .183 (32-for-175) over his final 52 games ... Participated in the Maryland Fall League and hit .293 (39-for-133) with 15 RBI and nine steals in 36 games with Bowie. 1996 Began first professional season with Bradenton after being selected by Pittsburgh in the fifth round of the June draft ... Was named Gulf Coast League Player-of-the-Week for the week of 7/8-14 ... Was promoted to Erie on 7/22 and hit safely in 11 of his first 14 games (18-for-58, .310) thru 8/6 ... Went 4-for-5 with a homer and five RBI on 8/10 vs. New Jersey ... Batting average reached .350 following two-hit game vs. Pittsfield on 8/11 ... Batted .296 (81-for-274) with three homers and 37 RBI in 69 combined games with the two clubs.