Randolph caps season in style for Desert Dogs

Phillies No. 12 prospect reaches four times, scores two runs

Cornelius Randolph batted .268 over his last 10 Arizona Fall League games. (Jennifer Stewart/MLB Photos)

By MiLB.com staff / MiLB.com | November 16, 2017 6:28 PM ET

Cornelius Randolph started slowly in the Arizona Fall League, but picked it up in as the season wound down. The final day of the regular season marked his best performance yet.

Philadelphia's No. 12 prospect reached base four times as Glendale rolled Salt River, 11-3, on Thursday at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Randolph went 3-for-4 with a double, a walk, two runs and an RBI.


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He wasn't the only player on the Desert Dogs to have a big afternoon at the plate. Logan Hill (Pirates) went 3-for-5 with a double and three RBIs and Danny Mendick (White Sox) singled three times and scored twice. 19th-ranked White Sox prospect Charlie Tilson and Zach Green (Phillies) added two hits apiece while Dodgers No. 17 prospect DJ Peters doubled, walked and drove in two.

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Braxton Lee (Marlins) had three singles and a run scored for the Rafters.

In other AFL action:

Javelinas 7, Scorpions 4

Mariners No. 24 prospect Eric Filia collected two singles and scored a pair of runs to lead the Peoria offense. Filia finished the season with a .408 average, topping the circuit by 25 points. 16th-ranked No. 16 prospect Alex Jackson went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI and No. 2 Red Sox prospect Michael Chavis added two hits and a run. Third-ranked Yankees prospect Estevan Florial led the way for Scottsdale with a triple, a single and two runs scored. Gameday box score

Saguaros 10, Solar Sox 5

 

Rays No. 28 prospect Kevin Padlo doubled, singled and plated a team-high three RBIs while 13th-ranked Brandon Lowe homered, tripled and drove in two for Surprise. Brett Sullivan (Rays) chipped in three hits and two RBIs for the Saguaros. Tyler Davis (Rangers) surrendered one run on two hits and fanned one over four innings to improve to 2-0 with Surprise. Kody Eaves (Tigers) ripped a solo homer for Mesa. Gameday box score

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