Getting swept by the Braves was the last straw.
A new manager will be announced Monday morning.
Miami improved its win total from 62 in 2013 to 77 in 2014 under Redmond’s guidance, but that bump paved the way for overly optimistic expectations heading into 2015. And the Braves’ three-game weekend sweep of the Marlins capped off a run of 10 losses in 14 games for Redmond’s now-former team.
Redmond joins a long list of big-name managers aggressively canned by Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria. That list includes but is not limited to Joe Girardi, Ozzie Guillen, Fredi Gonzalez, and Edwin Rodriguez.
Miami is currently six games back of first place in the NL East with a record of 16-22.