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Randall “Randy” Wadsworth, Regional Manager of Operations for Phoebe’s eight Senior Affordable Housing communities, played minor league baseball for the LA Dodgers!

A 1984 graduate of California High School in Coal Center, Pennsylvania, Wadsworth was a multi-sport athlete competing in baseball, football, and basketball, earning seven letters. Wadsworth led the baseball team to earn multiple championship titles from 1983 to 1984. As the starting catcher and cleanup hitter, Wadsworth led the California High School Trojans baseball team to a 44-9 overall record. In September 2023, he was inducted into his high school’s Hall of Fame for outstanding athleticism.

Wadsworth was also recognized across multiple sports with high honors. In football, he was a 1982 Tri-County South All-Conference football selection and 1983 Tri-County South All-Conference running back.  

After graduating from California High School, Wadsworth attended California University of Pennsylvania, where he was a standout baseball team member in both the 1986 and 1987 seasons. He was recognized as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in both of those seasons.

In 1987, Wadsworth was drafted by the LA Dodgers in the Major League Baseball amateur draft and played in the Dodgers’ minor league systems for both the Great Falls (MT) and Sarasota (FL) Dodgers before a broken collarbone injury from a home-plate collision ended his playing career

Wadsworth was also inducted into the California University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007. Wadsworth and his wife Dawn currently live in Orefield. They have two children, Christian and Cullen.

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