Lew Randall

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Lewis Everett Randall Sr.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Outfielder Lew Randall spent five seasons in the minor leagues, playing from 1960 to 1964. His batting average declined each year he played, from .304 to .286 to .278 to .244 to .133. He did, however, see a peak in stolen bases in 1961 when he swiped 11 bags and he hit 26 doubles in 1962 en route to a career-high .414 slugging mark.

Overall, he hit .272/.327/.353 in 455 games.

He served in the United States Army Reserves. After baseball, he earned a PhD from Connecticut and was a rehab counselor, consultant, principal and director in various positions.