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    Andre Randolph -- another one in the family

    1345 ANDRE RANDOLPH FELECIAN COLLEGE 2B L/R 5'7" 160 1980-12-28 4YR

    Son of Willie

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    are you sure. Boy talk about keeping it in the family.

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    Yea, he's Willie's son.He'll have a chance if he has his dad's wheels.

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    Originally posted by Yankyfan
    Yea, he's Willie's son.He'll have a chance if he has his dad's wheels.
    Willie is quoted that his son is a good ball player.

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    I think Felician College is in Lodi, N.J. which is within 20 miles of where I live, but I have never been there, and couldn't find it without a map.

    I hope the kid is able to exploit this opportunity.
    Last edited by Rich; 06-06-03 at 01:12 PM.

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    They mentioned on the game last night how Willie was SO proud that his son was drafted!! Willie said that his son is like a "mini" Ray Durham. I don't know who that is....

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    Originally posted by DkNNy79
    They mentioned on the game last night how Willie was SO proud that his son was drafted!! Willie said that his son is like a "mini" Ray Durham. I don't know who that is....
    From ESPN.com

    SCOUTING REPORT

    Ray Durham:

    A versatile hitter, Durham can use his speed dashing out of the batter's box or just as easily turn on a pitch and drive it into the stands. A switch-hitter, he is able to use the entire field, although he hits righthanders for much better average and power. Durham has good power to the gaps. He can be streaky but is a big-time player who wants to win, as his .292 average with runners in scoring position last year suggests.

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