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TODD REDMOND RUMORS & GOSSIP

Blue Jays designate Todd Redmond for assignment

TORONTO (AP) The Blue Jays have designated right-hander Todd Redmond for assignment to clear a roster spot for right-hander Scott Copeland, who was recalled from Triple-A Buffalo following Monday's 10-6 victory over the Los Angeles Angels. Redmond was promoted from Triple-A to start Monday's game so that the Blue Jays could give their starting rotation an extra day of rest. He allowed...
Via AP on Fox
May 19, 2015  |  Discuss

The New Protective Hat For MLB Pitchers Is Huge-And More Morning Links

  Last Friday Toronto Blue Jay Todd Redmond was provided with one of the new protective hats for Major League pitc…
Via COED
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Here's MLB's new protective cap for pitchers (PHOTO)

Major League Baseball approved a protective cap in January for pitchers designed to minimize the injuries caused by being hit by batted balls, especially line drives drilled back to the mound. On Friday, the Toronto Blue Jays’ Todd Redmond showed off the latest model.The cushioned safety plates, made by isoBLOX, are sewn into the hat and custom fitted. The caps weigh an extra...
Via The Other Paper
April 19, 2014  |  Discuss

PHOTO: MLB new protective hat for pitchers

Pitchers are always focus on getting outs, they never expect a 100 mph comebacker to them which ends being a serious injury.MLB agreed to allow a new protective hat exclusively for pitchers to protect their skull, as many consider it as a good idea.However, I finally understood why none of the pitchers don’t want to use it, it’s very awkward and looks uncomfortable too.Todd Redmond...
Via Baseball Essential
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Jays Pitcher Todd Redmond Models New Protective Cap For Pitchers (Photo)

It’s always scary when a pitcher takes a line drive to the head, which is why the MLB approved a model of a special protective cap that was supposed to be available for the 2014 season. When Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman was struck in the head during spring training, Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex Cobb (who during the 2013 season was also hit with a line drive) complained...
Via NESN.com
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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