Johnson City's Chandler Redmond Named Appalachian League Player of the Postseason

(Joe Avento)

By Appalachian League | September 20, 2019 9:47 PM

Johnson City's Chandler Redmond was the standout performer of the Appalachian league postseason.

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Chandler Redmond , infielder, Johnson City: There were 14 home runs hit during the Appalachian League postseason. Of that total, 21.4 percent came from one hitter. It shouldn't be too difficult to guess who. Redmond went deep three times over Johnson City's six-game title run to lead all Appy League playoff hitters. No one else had more than one. Redmond's came in consecutive contests -- Games 2-4 in the semifinals against Bristol. Even when he wasn't crushing dingers, he was reaching base in droves, walking six times in 27 playoff plate appearances. The 2019 32nd-rounder out of Gardner-Webb finished with a .316/.519/.842 line and was the clear leader with a 1.361 OPS.

See Full List of Players of the Postseason Here

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