Righty swinging Willie Randolph was a master of playing small ball when he played with the Yankees. He played in 1,694 games in his 13 years with the Yankees and he was 1,731 of 6,303 (.275 avg, .731 OPS) with 1,027 runs scored, 48 homers, 549 RBIs and 251 stolen bases. His best year for the Yankees came back in 1980, when he played in 138 games in which he was 151 of 513 (.294 avg, .834 OPS) with 99 runs scored, 7 homers, 46 RBIs and 30 stolen bases. Randolph also led the major leagues with 119 walks in 1980 and the result was a .427 on base percentage. Randolph made the All-Star team, finished 15th in the MVP Voting in the A.L. and he won a Silver Slugger Award in 1980 for the Yanks. Randolph made is to 5 All-Star teams and he won 1 Silver Slugger Award in his 13 years with the Yankees. Randolph is currently #9 in runs scored (1,027), # in stolen bases (251) and #5 in walks (1,005) in Yankees’ history. Willie Randolph was a darn good 2B for the New York Yankees.