Former Miamisburg High School and Wright State University standout Jeremy Randolph was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 26th round (785th overall) in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
A graduate transfer, Randolph was the Crimson Tide’s closer in 2019 while also seeing time as a starter. He went 3-2 and totaled nine saves to lead the team and rank in the top-10 in the Southeastern Conference during the regular season. Randolph appeared in 23 games with two starts and finished with a 3.49 ERA (15 ER/38.2 IP). The right-hander totaled 50 punchouts compared to only 15 walks and held opposing hitters to a .187 average this past season.
Randolph transferred to Alabama following a standout four-year career at Wright State University. He wrapped up his four seasons with the Raiders with a 16-5 record and five saves, maintaining a career 3.05 ERA across 105.1 innings of work. He helped WSU to three Horizon League championships and three NCAA Regional appearances.