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Willie Randolph

Biography

Willie Randolph

Willie Randolph spent 13 years as a second baseman with the New York Yankees, from 1976 to 1988, during which he served as cocaptain from 1986 to 1988, was selected for six All-Star teams, and won two World Series Championships. Randolph went on to coach the Yankees for 11 seasons, leading the team to four World Championships. In 2005, Randolph joined the Mets, becoming the first African American manager in New York City baseball history. He lives in New Jersey.

Willie Randolph

Books by Willie Randolph

by Willie Randolph - Baseball, Memoir, Nonfiction, Sports

Legendary New York Yankee Willie Randolph tells the story of his life playing and coaching for the most storied professional sports franchise in the world, detailing his career on and off the field with some of baseball’s biggest stars. But though Randolph is a Yankee, he is first and foremost a quintessential New Yorker. Born and raised in Brooklyn, he shares memories of his rise from the projects to the house that Ruth built.