Miami Marlins prospect J.T. Riddle went 4-for-5 with a pair of two-run home runs in Double-A Jacksonville's 7-4 victory at Mobile on Friday night in Alabama.
His first home run, in the top of the seventh inning, gave the Suns a 5-3 lead. His second, in the ninth, extended their lead from 5-4 to 7-4.
Riddle, a former University of Kentucky star who was named Mr. Baseball in 2010 while at Western Hills, also had a run-scoring single to give him five RBI in the game.
Going into Saturday's play, Riddle was batting .303 with four home runs and 16 RBI in 30 games for Jacksonville.
Riddle, the Marlins' No. 16 prospect according to MLB.com, started the season at Class A Advanced Jupiter. The infielder batted .270 with nine RBI in 40 games, and he was named a Florida State League midseason All-Star.