I imagine if I were Mark Redman, I wouldn't like being the poster boy for "everything that's wrong with the All-Star selection process" either. Never mind that he's way better than Mike Williams in 2003 (by about 2 ERA points). Anyway, tonight he pitched 8 innings against the Blue Jays (more than any Sox starter has managed this season) , and gave up only 2 runs, 5 hits, and 2 walks. Pretty badass.
(Oh, and nice win by the Sox tonight. I think Ortiz has finally figured out a way to beat the shift.)