Braves cut Redman after 0-4 start this season

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Texas Rangers signed pitcher Mark Redman on Monday, and the 2006 AL All-Star will start this week for
Triple-A Oklahoma.

The Rangers also recalled right-hander Mike Wood from Triple-A
and sent down right-hander Scott Feldman.

Redman was cut by Atlanta last week after going 0-4 with an
11.63 ERA. He went on the disabled list for surgery to remove an
ingrown toenail, then made one relief appearance and gave up a
grand slam to Boston's Mike Lowell.

The 33-year-old lefty was 11-10 with a 5.71 ERA for Kansas City
last season. He also has pitched for Minnesota, Detroit, Florida,
Oakland and Pittsburgh. He will start for Oklahoma on Tuesday.

Wood will make his fourth start for the Rangers on Tuesday in
Oakland, replacing Robinson Tejeda. This will be Wood's third stint
with Texas this season. He is 0-1 with a 7.02 ERA in four
appearances, three of them starts when ace Kevin Millwood was

Wood was 3-1 with a 2.58 ERA in six games for Oklahoma.

Feldman was sent to Oklahoma for the second time this month. He
went down May 1 before coming back May 15. He is 1-2 with a 6.97
ERA in 17 relief appearances for the Rangers.