Vikings News · Jeremy Randolph Drafted by St. Louis Cardinals


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.