Re: Is Mark Redman next?
Redman had decent seasons in 2003 and in 2004 when he was with good teams, Marlins and A's. He was horrible with with bad teams in Detroit and Pittsburgh.
For June and July, he has been 6-0 with an ERA around 4.00. In 38.2 innings, he has also given up 40 hits, 5 homeruns, 59 ground balls, and 44 fly balls. The kicker, or scary part, is he has walked 14 but struck out only 13 batters!
I don't know, with the walk to K ratio and his recent success, he is likely just fools' gold. If the KC front office has a lick of sense, they'd try to get a few teams excited before the pumpkin materializes and make a trade with the most desperate team.
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