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Mike Redmond doesn't have much to coach with the Miami Marlins.
Fans know it. Even owner Jeffrey Loria knows it.
Apparently, Redmond's status with the Marlins came into question when Loria mandated Redmond make a change to the lineup during a doubleheader.
According to Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan:
Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria personally mandated the lineup card change that flip-flopped starting pitchers Jose Fernandez and Ricky Nolasco in a doubleheader Tuesday and left Marlins players furious with his continued meddling, three sources with knowledge of the situation told Yahoo! Sports.
Loria has no respect for the game, as it's a general rule that veterans can pick which game of the doubleheader they want to pitch.
It seems Loria plays by his own rules, and he doesn't care how it may affect his players. He certainly doesn't care about Redmond. There's a good chance Loria will cast the manager aside after this year, claiming he didn't win enough games.