Twins Offseason Blueprint: Letting Go (The Mike Redmond Edition)

Posted: 5th November 2009 by Josh Johnson in MLB
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After spending seven years with the Florida Marlins as a backup catcher, Mike Redmond came north to Minnesota to serve as Joe Mauer's primary backup. Redmond was already considered one of the best backups in all of baseball prior to coming to Minnesota, but he solidified that title with the Twins.

Redmond signed a two-year, $1.8 million deal with the Twins after the 2004 season. He later signed a three-year contract extension during the middle of the 2006 season. Over the last five years with Minnesota, Redmond has hit .297/.339/.359 while giving the team solid defense. But as Redmond got older, both his offense and defense declined drastically, and he finished the last year of his contract hitting .237/.299/.289 while throwing out only 13 percent of runners, which were all career ...

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