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The skipper says: "I was tempted to move him to third [in the order Sunday], he's been knocking in all the runs. But I decided to keep him where he is, he's producing," -- McKeon on where to bat Alex Gonzalez, one of their most consistent run-producers

 

Do it Jack.

 

 

I remember an article that called Mark Redman the Marlins "consolation prize" after losing out on Bartolo Colon. Well except for the thumb injury limiting his innings, he's pitched just as well as Colon has to this point.

 

Redman: 3-2, 3.28, 49 IP, 18W, 45K, allowed 2 home runs.

B. Colon: 6-5, 3.68, 95 IP, 24W, 62K, allowed 9 home runs.

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[color="teal"][b]FLORIDA[/b][/color]                                 [color="navy"][b]MILWAUKEE[/b][/color]                             



AVG  HR  RBI                            AVG  HR  RBI   



Juan Pierre CF          .284   0   16   Eric Young 2B           .244   7   16   



Luis Castillo 2B        .311   3   14   Scott Podsednik CF      .293   3   14   



Ivan Rodriguez C        .246   7   29   Richie Sexson 1B        .260  19   44   



Mike Lowell 3B          .301  18   49   Geoff Jenkins LF        .272  13   40   



Juan Encarnacion RF     .285   9   38   Brady Clark RF          .275   1   15   



Derrek Lee 1B           .249  10   30   Wes Helms 3B            .226   9   30   



Alex Gonzalez SS        .333  10   40   Keith Osik C            .215   0    3   



Todd Hollandsworth LF   .266   2   12   Royce Clayton SS        .210   8   24   



Mark Redman LHP         .000   0    0   Ben Sheets RHP          .063   0    1   



(3-2, 3.28)                             (6-4, 4.47)

 

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