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Tim Redding

36-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

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LEAGUE: AAA    40 MAN: NO   BATS: R   THROWS: R   HT: 5' 11"   WT: 230   DOB: 2/12/1978   BORN: Rochester, NY   COLLEGE: Monroe (NY) CC   DRAFTED: 1st Rd    Show ContractHide Contract

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Released by the Blue Jays in August of 2012.

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The Blue Jays signed Redding to a minor league contract Friday, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports.

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Tim Redding Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2004 26 AAA NEW 4 3 0 18.0 16 11 1 17 7 1 3 0 5.50 1.28
2005 27 AAA POR 2 2 0 10.0 7 1 0 5 2 0 0 0 0.90 0.90
2005 27 AAA COL 10 10 0 51.3 62 29 5 47 13 3 4 0 5.08 1.46
2005 27 MAJ NYY 1 1 0 1.0 4 6 0 2 4 0 1 0 54.00 8.00
2005 27 MAJ SDG 9 6 0 29.7 40 30 7 17 13 0 5 0 9.10 1.79
2005  (Multiple Teams) 27 MAJ NYY/SDG 10 7 0 30.7 44 36 7 19 17 0 6 0 10.57 1.99
2006 28 AAA CHA 29 28 0 187.7 168 71 21 148 56 12 10 0 3.40 1.19
2007 29 AAA COL 18 16 0 89.7 110 53 9 63 24 9 5 0 5.32 1.49
2007 29 MAJ WAS 15 15 0 84.0 84 34 10 47 38 3 6 0 3.64 1.45
2008 30 MAJ WAS 35 33 0 182.0 195 100 27 120 65 10 11 0 4.95 1.43
2009 31 AAA BUF 2 2 0 13.0 13 4 1 9 2 0 0 0 2.77 1.15
2009 31 MAJ NYM 30 17 0 120.0 122 68 18 76 50 3 6 0 5.10 1.43
2010 32 AAA SCR 13 12 0 84.0 68 23 2 62 17 7 4 0 0 0 2.46 1.01
2010 32 AAA COL 13 5 0 25.0 34 12 2 21 5 1 1 0 0 0 4.32 1.56
2011 33 AAA LEH 5 4 0 22.2 37 13 1 14 7 0 3 0 0 0 5.16 1.98
2011 33 AAA ALB 5 13 0 69.2 91 51 11 48 22 2 7 0 0 0 6.59 1.63
2012 34 AAA LAS 23 7 0 62.1 94 60 15 38 25 0 5 1 0 0 8.66 1.92
Career  (View All)     181 144 0 822.3 889 452 114 552 337 37 57 0 4.95 1.49

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Tim Redding Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2004 26 AAA NEW 4 3 18.0 8.50 3.50 2.43 0.50 54.5% 5.50 3.37 .308
2005 27 AAA POR 2 2 10.0 4.50 1.80 2.50 0.00 88.9% 0.90 3.10 .232
2005 27 AAA COL 10 10 51.3 8.24 2.28 3.62 0.88 65.7% 5.08 3.51 .368
2005 27 MAJ NYY 1 1 1.0 18.00 36.00 0.50 0.00 25% 54.00 11.60 .830
2005 27 MAJ SDG 9 6 29.7 5.16 3.94 1.31 2.12 50% 9.10 6.48 .331
2005  (Multiple Teams) 27 MAJ NYY/SDG 10 7 30.7 5.58 4.99 1.12 2.05 46.3% 10.57 6.65 .354
2006 28 AAA CHA 29 28 187.7 7.10 2.69 2.64 1.01 75.4% 3.40 4.07 .278
2007 29 AAA COL 18 16 89.7 6.32 2.41 2.63 0.90 64.8% 5.32 3.90 .347
2007 29 MAJ WAS 15 15 84.0 5.04 4.07 1.24 1.07 0.98 78.6% 3.64 5.03 .280
2008 30 MAJ WAS 35 33 182.0 5.93 3.21 1.85 1.34 0.87 68.7% 90.7 MPH 4.95 4.92 .299
2009 31 AAA BUF 2 2 13.0 6.23 1.38 4.50 0.69 78.6% 2.77 3.28 .303
2009 31 MAJ NYM 30 17 120.0 5.70 3.75 1.52 1.35 0.79 67.5% 89.4 MPH 5.10 5.18 .284
2010 32 AAA SCR 13 12 84.0 6.64 1.82 3.65 0.21 74.7% 2.46 2.71 .274
2010 32 AAA COL 13 5 25.0 7.56 1.80 4.20 0.72 73% 4.32 3.28 .393
2011 33 AAA LEH 5 4 22.2 5.68 2.84 2.00 0.41 72.1% 5.16 3.61 .426
2011 33 AAA ALB 5 13 69.2 6.24 2.86 2.18 1.43 60.8% 6.59 4.92 .352
2012 34 AAA LAS 23 7 62.1 5.51 3.62 1.52 2.17 56.7% 8.66 6.57 .366
Career     181 144 822.3 6.04 3.69 1.64 1.25 69.6% 4.95 4.93 .305

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Tim Redding: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

The Phillies have released Redding, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports.

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Redding has signed a minor league deal with the Phillies, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.

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Redding (back) will open the season in Triple-A, Los Angeles Times writer Dylan Hernandez reports.

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Redding (back) threw Saturday without any problems and is expected to throw a previously scheduled bullpen session Sunday, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports.

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Redding left Friday's game with lower back pain, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times reports.

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Redding is a candidate to fill the No. 5 slot while Jon Garland heals from an oblique injury, the LA Times reports.

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Redding (illness) will start Saturday, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.

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Redding was sent home from practice Friday because of an illness, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

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2010

Redding, who was already sidelined following offseason surgery to repair a stress fracture of left second toe, developed a sore pitching shoulder in spring training while attempting to rush back. That sidelined him the first six weeks of 2009. Upon returning, Redding pitched poorly in the rotation and was moved to the bullpen in July. Following Livan Hernandez's release in mid-August, Redding was moved back to the rotation and posted a 2.96 ERA in his last eight starts of the year. Look for him to be used as a spot starter/reliever wherever he signs.

2009

Redding's internal numbers weren't all that different from his "breakout" 2007 (in fact, his strikeout rate got a bit better) but his ERA regressed to the mean and instead of a juicy contract Redding got non-tendered. Such is the life of the journeyman pitcher. The Mets hope lightning strikes twice after he signed a one-year deal.

2008

Redding revived his career with the Nationals, starting more major league games than he had since 2004 and topping his previous best ERA. He no longer has the big fastball he flashed in the Astros system, and his strikeouts have consequently dwindled, but in a forgiving ballpark like RFK he was able to get away with his mediocre stuff. Should the team's new ballpark prove to be more hitter-friendly, however, Redding could become true fantasy poison in a hurry.

2007

There was little excuse for the White Sox to not give Redding a shot in the majors in 2006, considering the injuries and ineffectiveness of the Sox starting staff. Redding rediscovered himself after getting bombed out of San Diego and New York in 2005. The Washington Nationals will give him a chance in 2007 after signing him in November. He should be in the mix for a rotation spot.

2006

Redding has received shot after shot at major league success but hasn't capitalized on any of them. He's too hittable to be counted on and after his abysmal performance as a spot starter for the Yankees in 2005 will have a hard time latching on anywhere as a starter.

2005

Redding’s career has to date been largely unfulfilled. The 20th round pick in 1997 was touted for a time by the Astros organization as having better stuff than Roy Oswalt, who came to fruition at the same time as Redding. He dominated in Double-A Round Rock in 2001 before being pushed to the majors too soon, and has never lived up to the hype, despite showing occasional flashes including a 3.68 ERA in 32 starts in 2003. Now a Padre, the change in scenery might do him good and the difference between the Astros, home park and Petco Field are extreme, something that should benefit the flyball pitcher greatly. The late preseason trade makes him interesting in deep leagues in 2005, as the stars are aligned for a breakout year. However, if he continues to nibble and doesn’t trust his top graded stuff – which includes a 96 mph fastball – the home park benefit will not be enough to help a burgeoning WHIP and he’ll fail again.

2004

Redding enters 2004 secure in the Astros' rotation, but now as the fifth starter following the signing of Roger Clemens. This is in contrast to last year, where his spot on the Opening Day roster was in jeopardy. Redding still needs to improve his control, but did enough to cut down his HR:9IP rate significantly, from 1.23 in 2002 to .82 in 2003. There have been plenty of rumblings that Clemens won't work on a strict rotation schedule, so expect Redding to get more work than your average fifth starter.

2003

Last year was supposed to be a season of progress for Redding, but alas, it didn't end up that way. Redding struggled some with his control and failed to conquer his chronic gopheritis. He was sent down to Triple-A New Orleans in July where he had more troubles, and ended up on the DL with shoulder problems. We've seen too many young pitchers struggle initially before establishing themselves to give up on Redding, but our expectations for 2003 are pretty modest.