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Randy Curran was a long-time slugger for the Kitchener Panthers. He finished his career (1984-2004) as the all-time Intercounty Baseball League leader in home runs (154) and RBI (485, since broken).
Curran also played for Team Canada in the 1987 Intercontinental Cup, 1987 Pan American Games (in which he hit a 2-run homer against Cuba) and 1988 Olympics. In the 1988 Baseball World Cup, Curran hit .200/.324/.467, with four of his six hits going for extra bases. He split DH with Bill Byckowski and LF with Jim Kotkas. In the 1990 Baseball World Cup, Randy was Canada's top batter, producing at a .471/.538/.824 clip with 10 RBI in 9 games, playing mainly DH. He had little shot of making the tournament All-Star team, though, as Cuban DH Orestes Kindelán hit 9 home runs, drove in 25 and slugged 1.372.