(3/29/2008) Orioles OF Tike Redman accepted an assignment to Triple-A Norfolk on Saturday. The team sent him there Friday.
O's send Tike Redman to Triple-A
(3/28/2008) The Orioles sent OF Tike Redman outright to Triple-A Norfolk after Friday's game against the Mets. Redman has 72 hours to accept the assignment or declare free agency.
T. Redman goes 0-for-3 in return
(3/3/2008) Orioles OF Tike Redman, who missed some time with the flu, returned to the lineup Monday at the Dodgers. He went 0-for-3.
Tike Redman suffering from flu
(3/2/2008) Orioles OF Tike Redman is sitting out spring games because of the flu, according to MLB.com.
O's tender contract to OF Redman
(12/12/2007) The Orioles designated RHP Cory Doyne for assignment Wednesday. Also, the Orioles signed OF Tike Redman to a one-year contract. He hit .318 in 40 games this season.
Tike Redman starts in CF
(9/17/2007) CF Tike Redman was back in center field on Sunday as Corey Patterson remained sidelined by a sprained left ankle.
Redman, Markakis go deep again
(9/13/2007) For the second time in five days, Orioles outfielders Tike Redman and Nick Markakis hit home runs in the same game when both hit solo shots in Baltimore's 18-6 loss to the Angels on Wednesday night.
Redman pops homer Saturday
(9/9/2007) Tike Redman and Nick Markakis homered Saturday for the Orioles, who won for only the third time in 18 games. The 11 consecutive home losses were the most for Baltimore since the franchise moved from St. Louis in 1954.
Tike Redman gets start Thursday
(9/7/2007) CF Corey Patterson was replaced in the starting lineup against Boston Thursday by Tike Redman because of "a rolled ankle."
Tike hitless on Tuesday
(8/22/2007) Tike Redman started in left field Tuesday against the Rangers, his sixth start and second straight since being recalled from the minors on Aug. 9. Manager Dave Trembley said Jay Payton, the usual starter in LF, would likely play in both games of a doubleheader Wednesday.
Tike Redman hitting well
(8/21/2007)The Sports Xchange notes: OF Tike Redman, the 30-year old who started the season in an independent league before being signed by the Orioles, has hit in six of his last seven games since being called up Aug. 9 from Triple-A Norfolk.
T. Redman hits against Boston
(8/11/2007) OF Tike Redman got his first AL hit on Friday in the fifth inning against the Red Sox' Daisuke Matsuzaka Friday.
O's add OF Redman to bench
(8/9/2007) The Orioles purchased the contract of OF Tike Redman from Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday.
O's sign journeyman Tike Redman
(5/14/2007) The Baltimore Orioles signed Redman to a minor-league contract on Monday and assigned him to Triple-A Norfolk.
OF Redman released by Mets
(3/30/2006) The Mets released OF Tike Redman. He had been assigned to the minors.
Tike Redman reassigned
(3/29/2006) Mets INF Jeff Keppinger, LHP Royce Ring, RHP Juan Perez, INF Todd Self, C Sandy Martinez and OF Tike Redman were reassigned to minor league camp. Redman was released after being optioned.
Tike Redman losing battle
(3/28/2006) Manager Willie Randolph said Endy Chavez likely is ahead in the competition for the fourth outfielder spot.
Mets trade for OF Tike Redman
(11/28/2005) The Mets acquired outfielder Tike Redman from the Pirates in exchange for cash considerations. Redman, 28, played 135 games for the Pirates this past season, compiling a .251 (80-319) batting average, with 20 doubles, four triples, two home runs and 26 RBI. Tike made his major-league debut for the Pirates in 2000, and has a .277 (343-1238) career batting average with 15 home runs and 101 RBI in 392 games.
Pirates designate OF Redman
(11/21/2005) Pittsburgh center fielder Tike Redman was removed from the 40-man roster Saturday and must be traded or released within 10 days. Redman hit .251 with two homers and 26 RBI in 135 games, but saw his playing time decrease during the season. He lost his starting job after Chris Duffy moved up from Triple-A Indianapolis at midseason.
Redman headed out of Pittsburgh?
(7/21/2005) Rookie Chris Duffy started all four games of the Astros' series, going 7-for-19 with three runs scored. The Pirates have long sought a strong defensive CF who can lead off and get on base regularly, and they're about to find out if Duffy is the answer. "The scouts tell us he's ready to play center field at this level defensively, and his hitting continues to improve," manager Lloyd McClendon said. "He will likely get the bulk of the playing time in center field."
Tike Redman's average climbs
(6/11/2005) The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that Redman is excelling now after a slow start to the season. "I'm trying to play every game like it's my last," Redman said. "I have to keep my head up right now. I'm just happy to be in a big-league uniform. When I get my opportunities, I've got to do the most I can."
Redman has hit streak snapped
(3:36 pm ET) Manager Lloyd McClendon likes how CF Tike Redman is swinging the bat following a season-long slump. Redman had a four-hit game Friday to get his average above .200. His six-game hitting streak was snapped Sunday with an 0-for-4.
(5/20/2005) Redman had four singles in four at-bats Friday against the Rockies. He also scored a run and drove one in.
Tike Redman will share starts
(5/9/2005) The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Redman will start in center field vs. right-handers with Jason Bay in left field. Against right-handers, Redman will sit, Ray Sadler will start in left, bay in center.
Tike Redman slumping for Pirates
(4/30/2005) Redman has only one hit in his past 21 at-bats (.048) over seven games through Friday.
Redman struggling, not playing much
(4/17/2005) CF Tike Redman began the season as the Pirates' No. 3 hitter, but hadn't started before Sunday since going 2-for-4 Monday against the Brewers. Manager Lloyd McClendon said, "We got off to a slow start and we're trying to find a combination to win some games. Tike's not in the doghouse. It's a 162-game schedule and Tike's going to play a lot." Redman went 0-for-3 Sunday with a walk, lowering his average to .174.
Tike Redman benched twice
(4/11/2005) The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Redman was benched for the second consecutive game Sunday.
Redman quiet in Pirates' No. 3 hole
(4/5/2005) Tike Redman had a hit but didn't produce any runs out of the No. 3 hole for the Pirates on opening day.
Tike Redman hits third
(4/2/2005) The Pirates switched the batting order up Friday in a spring training game placing Redman in the third spot in the batting order behind Matt Lawton and Jack Wilson. "Tike can hit," said manager Lloyd McClendon. "If we can get guys with the highest batting averages and on-base percentages closer to the top of the order, the better chance we have of getting something going. We've got to score more runs."
Tike Redman named starter
(3/30/2005) Redman was named as Pittsburgh's starting center fielder on Tuesday. "I can honestly say I earned it," Redman told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. "It wasn't given to me. Now, I want to take this into the season and see what I can do."
Redman vs. Mackowiak duel in CF
(3/26/2005) By finalizing their rotation, the Pirates' only major unanswered question is whether Tike Redman or Rob Mackowiak starts in center field.
Tike Redman plays Friday
(3/19/2005) Redman (elbow) went 1-for-4 against Philadelphia in a spring training game Friday.
Redman hanging tough as Pirates CF
(3/18/2005) Rob Mackowiak and Tike Redman have .500 averages as they compete in center field this spring.
Tike Redman out Monday
(3/15/2005) The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Redman was unable to play against the Yankees in a spring training game because of an elbow injury suffered in Sunday's game.
Redman's starting job in jeopardy
(1/25/2005) With the signing of Ben Grieve, the Pirates are apparently sending a message that Tike Redman will have to compete for his starting job this spring. If Grieve makes the team and wins an everyday job, Jason Bay would slide over to center field and force Redman to a reserve role.
Hot July for Tike Redman
(7/22/2004) Tike is having quite the month of July, batting a sizzling .322 (19-for-59), according to the teams official website.
Tike Redman launches long ball
(7/21/2004) Redman went 2-for-4 with his fifth home run on Wednesday against Atlanta. He drove in three in the victory.
Redman finishes June strong
(6/30/2004) Tike Redman was 2-for-4 with three RBI in Wednesday's game against the Cardinals.
Tike Redman hits two homers
(6/17/2004) Redman went 3-for-4 with his third and fourth home run on Thursday against Anaheim. He tied the game with a solo shot in the seventh inning and connected for a two-run homer in eighth as well.
Tike Redman is sitting
(5/17/2004) Redman sat in favor of Rob Mackowiak for the second consecutive day on Sunday. Manager Lloyd McClendon wanted him to spend some time with hitting instructor Gerald Perry. "He can watch at-bats and game situations and keep his mind off what's been going wrong," McClendon told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Tike Redman might leadoff again
(5/11/2004) The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Redman could be moved back to the leadoff spot in the lineup at Colorado Tuesday.
Tike Redman moved down
(5/9/2004) Redman was dropped to the eighth spot in the Pittsburgh lineup by manager Lloyd McClendon.
Tike Redman plays Tuesday
(3/9/2004) Redman (hamstring) made his spring debut on Tuesday. He was 1-for-3 with an RBI.
Tike Redman still out
(3/8/2004) Redman (hamstring) remains about four days from returning, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Tike Redman scratched
(3/5/2004) Redman was held out of Thursday's exhibition game due to a right hamstring pull which has reportedly nagged him for several days. He might miss a few days.
Tike Redman has great start on '04
(9/9/2003) The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Redman has played so well at center field for the Pirates, that he might have nailed down the starting job for next season. "I've been pleased with the way he's swung the bat against left-handers," said Pirates manager Lloyd McClendon. "He's done a good job." He has been hitting leadoff and in the No. 2 spot for the Pirates.
Tike Redman performing well
(8/6/2003) Redman is batting well after being called up to replace Kenny Lofton in center field in early August.
(7/22/2003) The Pittsburgh Pirates will either recall Redman or Tony Alvarez from the minors to replace the traded Kenny Lofton in center field.
(7/13/2001) Redman was recalled by the Pirates from Triple-A Nashville on Friday. He will serve as a reserve outfielder and isn't worth picking up right now.
(5/11/2001) The Pirates optioned Redman to Triple-A Nashville after Thursday's game, clearing a roster spot for Jason Schmidt. Redman may be back with the Pirates later in the season, but he's at best a reserve outfielder not worth owning in a Fantasy league.
(5/6/2001) Redman was recalled from Nashville and will get some regular playing time while Pittsburgh centerfielder Adrian Brown remains out with a shoulder injury.
(7/5/2000) Redman will stay on the major league roster for more than the four or five days that was originally planned. The Pirates may elect to send down one of their five LH relievers Tuesday to make roster room for OF Adrian Brown. Keeping Redman would give the Pirates more OF depth until the All-Star break, when Redman will probably go back to AAA Nashville to continue developing on an everyday basis.
(7/1/2000) Bruce Aven's hamstring injury will apparently keep him out of action longer than the 15 days, as it is more severe than Adrian Brown's injury. Redman will get decent playing time, but only until Adrian Brown returns, which should be in a week or so. Manager Gene Lamont said that the Pirates would only need Redman's services for about four or five games.