Prentice Montezz Redman...resides in Duncanville, AL...graduated from Tuscaloosa Academy (AL) and attended Bevill State (AL)
Junior College...is the younger brother of Major League outfielder Tike Redman...originally selected by the New York Mets in the 10th
round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft...signed by Mets scout Bob Rossi.2009Batted .297 with 21 home runs and 66 RBI for Triple-A Tacoma (Mariners)...Ranked fifth in the Pacific Coast League with 84 runs scored, tied for fifth in the league with 35 doubles and ranked sixth in the
league with a .548 slugging percentage...Hit .309 (34-for-110) with runners in scoring position...Following the season, played for the Leones de Ponce of the Puerto Rican Winter League.2008Finished 3rd among all Mariners farmhand in home runs (25) and T5th in RBI (76) combined between West Tennessee and Tacoma...began season with West Tennessee...recorded 10-game hit streak, batting .390 (16x41) with 8 runs scored, 4 doubles, 2 home runs and 10 RBI, May 5-14...transferred to Tacoma on May 19...hit .349 (22x63) in 18 games in June...reached base safely in 21 consecutive games, June 22-July 13...recorded a season-high 4 hits, July 11 at Las Vegas...hit 7 home runs in both June and Aug., including hitting 2 homers on Aug. 27 vs. Sacramento.2007Spent majority of season with West Tennessee...hit 2 home runs, April 30 and May 5 vs. Mobile...had season-high 9-game hit streak, hitting .361 (13x36), May 20-29...recorded a RBI in 5 consecutive games (8 RBI), May 23-28...had 2 stint with Tacoma, April 13-20 and Aug. 13-end of season.2006Started season with Memphis and released from player contract, May 18, 2006...signed by Washington on May 31 and assigned to Harrisburg...recorded a career-high 15-game hit streak, hitting .387 (24x62), June 3-20...had a season-high 4 hits, June 29 at Connecticut...hit .355 (33x93) with 13 runs, 12 extra-base hits and 17 RBI in June...recorded 12-game hit streak, hitting .372 (16x43), Aug. 20-31.2005
For the second straight season split his time between Double-A and Triple-A. His .311 average at Binghamton (AA) through
6/2 helped earn him a promotion to Norfolk (AAA).
Played left and right field at Double-A and committed four errors. Was the DH in 15 games and went 0-1 as a pinch-hitter.
Arrived at Norfolk and promptly began a seven-game hitting streak in which he batted .333 (10-for-30) with four doubles. Hit
11 doubles in June , one triple and three home runs after arriving at Triple-A.
Batted .270 as a leftfielder where he played the majority of his games (45). Also spent time in center (12), right (10) and was
the DH in three games.
2004Began the season at Double-A Binghamton and ended
with Norfolk (AAA)...had a 10-game hitting streak from 5/6-5/16 that began with a 3-for-4 game leading to a 16-for-38 stretch (.421)...closed out the year with a .272 mark (25-for-92) with 15 RBI at Norfolk.2003Made his Major League debut on 8/24 as a pinch runner for the Mets at Los Angeles...got his first M.L. at-bat three days later 8/27 at ATL (strikeout)...started his first game 9/2 vs. ATL
in rightfield and picked up his first M.L. hit, a double...finished the season at New York after spending the year at Triple-A Norfolk.2002
Won the Doubleday Award, emblematic of the Most Valuable Player on his Binghamton (AA) team of the Eastern League.
Established career-highs in runs scored, doubles, triples and home runs.
Finished second in the Eastern League with 43 stolen bases.
Went 4-5 with a home run and three RBI vs. Erie on June 21st ... Also had 25 games with two hits and 11 contests with three hits.
Had four games with two stolen bases and one game with three stolen bases, June 17th vs. Norwich.
Hit .333 (31-93) in 24 games in May and .333 (34-102) in 30 contests in June.
Put together a season-best nine-game hitting streak from August 16th-August 23rd (12-30, .400).
Collected seven games with two RBI and six contests with three RBI.
Played 41 games in leftfield, 31 games in centerfield and 58 games in right.
Compiled a .313 (73-233) batting average in 67 home games.
Also fashioned a .304 (105-345) batting mark vs. righthanded pitching.
With runners on base, he hit .295 (54-183).
Participated in the Arizona Fall League at the end of his season ... Hit .224 (17-76) with seven doubles, two home runs and 11 RBI in 24 games with Phoenix.
Voted to the Florida State League All-Star team.
Finished fourth in the FSL in games and was fifth in at-bats.
Also honored as one of SportsTicker's Star of Stars.
2000Played the season at Columbia and had a 10-game hitting streak, April 15-25 (.421, 16x38)...had a second 10-game streak May 13-23 (.415, 17x41).1999Made professional debut with Kingsport...finished the season with a 9-game hitting streak (.325, 13x40).