Cedric Mullins II
CF - BAL
Cedric Mullins played center field and hit ninth on Sunday against the Blue Jays, going 2-for-4 with two triples and two RBI. The Orioles won, 7-5.
Mullins had a surprising season, finishing with a .271 average, .723 OPS, and seven stolen bases. He will battle for a fourth outfielder role in 2021, assuming that Ryan Mountcastle or DJ Stewart mans left field.
Cedric Mullins hit a solo homer on Friday against the Blue Jays in a losing effort. He also picked up a single and drove in a run on a fielder's choice.
Mullins continues to make the case to be more than a fourth outfielder next year, as he has seven stolen bases and a .263 average in just 133 at-bats. Regardless of what happens, he figures to be an AL-only play at best next year.
Cedric Mullins hit leadoff and played center field against the Red Sox on Tuesday, going 2-for-4 with two singles and a walk. He also stole his seventh base of the season and struck out twice in the 3-2 loss.
Mullins has pieced together quite a bounceback season, hitting .275 with seven steals. Austin Hays figures to get the first crack at the center field job next year, so it remains to be seen how relevant Mullins will be. For now, he's worth playing in AL-only leagues or standard leagues where you desperately need steals.
Cedric Mullins led off and went 2-for-4 in the second game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Rays, hitting two singles. The Orioles lost, 10-6.
Mullins continues to produce at the top of the order, sporting a surprising .280 average and six steals. He's a great AL-only play, but isn't too relevant in standard mixed leagues.
Cedric Mullins played center field and led off in Monday's game against the Braves. He went 2-for-5 with a walk, a stolen base, three runs scored, and two RBI in the 14-1 drubbing. Somehow, he even left seven men on base.
Mullins had a big night, but it probably should have been even bigger. He's exceeding expectations, as he has a .273 average and .701 OPS to go with six steals. Not bad for someone who wasn't draft anywhere, even in AL-only leagues.