Since the days of Rick Peterson as the team's pitching coach, the Oakland A's have favored pitchers…
MVP ... As In Most Veteran Player
He's got a .289 career batting average, rakes left-handers at a .327 clip, and is regarded as a steady receiver most adept at handling young pitchers. "Everybody really raves about him," assistant general manager Chris Antonetti said shortly after the signing. "He has an exceptionally high baseball IQ. He's a great teammate and an intense competitor. At the same time, he keeps things loose. He's universally respected, from front-office people, coaches and teammates. "He knows our division, is a good receiver and game caller, and we think will be a great complement to our team." That all makes him the perfect guy to share the job with rookie Lou Marson or super prospect Carlos Santana, if he eventually gets called to Cleveland after his hot start at Triple-A Columbus. The Indians welcome Redmond giving little tips here and there – as long as he doesn't revisit a method he once used to snap a losing streak. "Ballplayers do some strange things," Redmond admitted years ago. "I did...
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