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Dialed In: Marlins Manager Mike Redmond

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Former Zag Mike Redmond joined SWX to talk baseball and what to expect after the All-Star break. Former Zag Mike Redmond joined SWX to talk baseball and what to expect after the All-Star break.
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Former Gonzaga star and current manager of the Miami Marlins, Mike Redmond, joined SWX's Michelle Dapper over the phone in the Fasteners Sports Studio to talk baseball and more. 


Redmond spent the All-Star break with his family in Minneapolis, Minn. after pitching for Giancarlo Stanton at the Home Run Derby before the All-Star Game. 


Enjoy the full interview with Redmond in the attached video.

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