Corder, a rising sophomore at Mississippi State, was a force in the middle of the lineup for the HiToms finishing with a .625 average in three games. In eight at-bats he notched one double, two home runs and two RBIs while scoring three runs. The utility player also showed a good-eye at the plate, drawing three walks to push his on-base percentage to .727 to go along with a 1.875 slugging and 2.602 OPS.