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Jan 08, 2005 - Jan 09, 2005   Red  19
5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Derek Randolph
1B 3B 6-2 225   R/R

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Derek Randolph is a 2005 third baseman/first baseman from Key West Florida with a thick strong body at 6 ft. 2 225 pounds. He has very strong hands, and arms that he uses well with a simple swing. He generates lots of bat speed and shows big time power. The ball jumps off his bat and he launched a huge bomb during BP. He made solid hard contact showing power during the games as well. He has a solid glove with good hands, and topped out at 78 mph across the infield. He projects out as a power hitting first baseman at the next level. The bat plays large.
PG Grade 8.5




Sep 25, 2004 - Sep 26, 2004   Red  21
5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Derek Randolph
1B 3B 6-1 220   R/R

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Derek Randolph is a big and strong 6'1" first baseman from Key West, Florida, who had a nice showcase both offensively and defensively. Defensively, Randolph showed very soft hands at first base and saved his infielders a number of errors on low throws that he picked. At the plate, Randolph knows his game is power and takes a strong, aggressive hack at the ball. He showed a good ability to get his hips cleared and his hands through on inside pitches and muscled one inside fastball off the left field fence using just sheer strength. Randolph is probably pretty fearsome with a metal bat in his hands. He definitely has a spot in the middle of the order on many college teams.
PG Grade 6.5




Jan 02, 2004 - Jan 04, 2004   8-Columbia Blue  15
5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Derek Randolph
1B 3B 6-1 215   R/R

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Derek Randolph -- Randolph is a big bodied junior first baseman. He has a ton of strength in his hands and arms and uses it very well at the plate. Randolph stands with a slightly open and wide stance at the plate and attacks the ball. He can crush it on contact and drilled one over the left fielder’s head during one game. Randolph must make some balls disappear with metal in his hands and he definitely has the potential to hit big at the college level if he can keep his body under control. Randolph has surprisingly soft hands at first base and saved his infielders a number of errors on low throws.
PG Grade 7.0