Cornelius Randolph, OF, Reading
Cornelius Randolph had a tough start to the season and his professional career, but he has turned it on of late. He’s beginning to show what made him the No. 10 pick in the 2015 Draft.
After hitting under .200 for the better part of the first three months of the season, Randolph has been great. In his last ten games, Randolph is hitting .424 with seven RBI and seven walks. He has raised his season average from .190 to .217 in this stretch. He has reached base in nine of the last ten and has multiple hits in four of those games.
Randolph closed out the first half with eight hits in his final four games, including two three-hit games. It was a great way to enter the All-Star break and give him confidence for the second half of the season. Randolph will try to continue this recent surge and propel himself up the ranks in the organization.