• Guided Marlins to 15-win improvement over last season, finishing second managerial campaign with a 77-85 record. On final day of season, rewarded with two-year contract extension through 2017.
• Became first National League manager to post a 15-win improvement following a 100-loss season with same organization since Gene Mauch guided Montreal Expos to a 21-game improvement in 1970 (73-89), following a 52-110 season in 1969. -STATS, LLC
• In addition, just seventh manager in MLB history, and first since Alan Trammell in 2004, to lose 100 games in first career season as manager and follow in year two with a 15+-win improvement.
• Was ejected six times, bringing career total to eight. First was May 20 vs. Philadelphia (sixth inning by Will Little). Also run on June 5 at Tampa Bay (seventh inning by Bill Miller), July 23 at Atlanta (eighth inning by Alan Porter), July 31 vs. Cincinnati (eighth inning by Mike Winters) and September 11 at Milwaukee (fifth inning by Jeff Kellogg).
• Marlins finished 2013 campaign 62-100 in first season as manager. Guided team comprised of mainly first-year players, utilizing the services of 22 rookies. The 22 rookies used marked the second-most ever in a season by the Marlins (also 2006), falling five short of the single-season record set in 1998 (27).
• Was ejected two times: June 22 at San Francisco (fifth inning by Mark Wegner) and July 6 at St. Louis (fourth inning by Bill Welke).
• Combined to go 155-115 (.574) in two seasons as a Single-A manager in Toronto Blue Jays organization from 2011-2012.
• Managed Single-A Dunedin in Florida State League in 2012
• Led Blue Jays to 78-55 record and advanced to first round of FSL playoffs.
• Made managerial debut in 2011 with Single-A Lansing.
• Earned Midwest League Manager of the Year Award for guiding Lugnuts to a 77-60 record and an appearance in Midwest League finals.
• Played 13 seasons in the Major Leagues, including first seven with Marlins. Was originally signed by Florida as a non-drafted free agent on Aug. 18, 1992.
• During career, threw out 27.8 percent of runners attempting to steal.
• Holds American League record for longest streak of total chances without an error (1,474) by a catcher.
• Streak was snapped on May 22, 2010, playing for Cleveland vs. Cincinnati. It was first error since moving to AL, after signing with Twins in 2005. Had not committed an error since July 20, 2004 at New York-NL, during final season with Marlins.
• Won 2005 Bob Allison Award, given by Minnesota Twins organization to player who exemplifies determination, hustle, tenacity, competitive spirit and leadership, both on and off field.
• Won 1999 Charlie Hough "Good Guy" Award, given by South Florida Chapter of Baseball Writers Association of America.
• Made Major League debut for Marlins on May 31, 1998 and went 3x3 with a home run at Milwaukee. Singled in his first two at-bats, and hit a solo home run off of Scott Karl in third at-bat.
• Is one of just nine players since 1990 to go 3x3 or better in ML debut, and was one of only four to do so in 1990s, joining Dodgers' Mike Piazza (3x3 on Sept. 1, 1992 at Chicago-NL), San Francisco's Ramon Martinez (3x3 on June 20, 1998 vs. San Diego) and Colorado's Derrick Gibson (4x4 on Sept. 8, 1998 vs. Florida) -- STATS LLC.
• Michael Patrick Redmond. Married to Michele, and they have two sons, Ryan Patrick (3/3/01) and Michael Andrew (9/23/02)...graduated from Gonzaga Preparatory School (WA) in 1989 and went on to play baseball at Gonzaga University...founded the "Red's Rally Caps" program in 2002, which helps give inspiration and strength to patients receiving cancer treatment.