Canadian Spring Training Surprises

Jesse Levine
PBR Ontario Scout

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Canadian Spring Training Surprises

At the Boombah Sports Complex in Sanford, Florida there were many great storylines throughout the week. We saw club's put together unexpected victories, as well as breakout performances on the mound and the position player side from expected participants. However, there were many players who put together a surprisingly great week with lesser expectations placed. Below are five of those players who left the complex having performed remarkably well in their first games of the summer.

Patrick Mulligan SS / RHP / Gloucester, ON / 2020

Report: Mulligan, a 5-foot-10, 158-pound infielder, was quietly a solid player all week long. At the plate, Mulligan demonstrated quickness in a controlled slightly upward bat path. His body movements worked together, allowing him to be on-time with separation which resulted in a 91 mph exit velocity on Scout Day. He manned the left side of the infield well all week, he displayed correct actions, coming around and angling himself to make accurate throws. He showed the ability to turn a double play, doing so with a quick glove-hand transfer and arm strength. Mulligan has made physical advancements and is stronger and more explosive on the diamond. He is one of the better shortstops in his class, and this week he proved why.

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