- above-average speed
- won’t wow you with tools
- solid average hit tool
- needs to work on pitch recognition
- plus defense, one of the best defensive outfielders in the 2010 draft class
- underrated because of his size
Vitals & School:
- DOB: 1/5/1989
- 5′ 10″
- 176 lbs.
- Throws: Left
- Bats: Left
*Missed part of 2010 season with a broken right leg.
Andy Siler on Mummey: “Small outfielder with solid future. Might not be a starter, though.”
I didn’t like this pick at first, but I don’t think it’s at bad as it looks. Sure, he’s not a high upside center fielder, but he’s a well rounded ball player. According to Andy Seiler, Mummey is one of best center fielders in this draft class, with an average hit tool, average power, and does an excellent job getting on base. He’s expected to sign quickly and should start his pro career with the Delmarva Shorebirds or Frederick Keys.