Carson Lumley
Carson Lumley




Mother Teresa (HS) • ON
6-4 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: London Badgers


2022 National

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Lumley is a 2022 right-hander who’s really jumped onto the scene this summer and was handed the start for the second straight year in the Ray Carter Cup final. The 6-foot-3, 170-pounder from Ontario had his fastball working in the 82-84 range and it was easy to spot the athleticism on the mound. Has the body you like to see from a young pitcher and there’s room to add strength over the next few years without taking away the athleticism. Looked to have more feel for his curveball compared to earlier outings but still has some refining to do before it becomes a true weapon. With the shorter pitching distance he relied more on the fastball and despite not seeing a ton of swing and miss, there wasn’t much barreled contact either. Lumley still looks to be one of the more projectable arms in province from the class of 2022.


One of the more intriguing performances of the day came from Carson Lumley of the London Badgers who stood out all over the diamond. The 2022 grade stands 6-foot-3 and 170-pounds with lots of room to add strength on a very wiry, athletic frame. During his infield rounds, he displayed arm strength with a slinging motion, touching 83 mph across the diamond. His glove actions were solid and he moved well laterally. During BP, he displayed a longer stroke with some bat speed and rotation. Lumley’s swing lacks some fluidity with a small up/down hitch, but the parts are there to find a consistent swing with repetition as again, hands are quick with bat speed and aggressiveness at the plate. On the mound he performed well sitting 83-85 mph with the fastball for the entirety of his pen. Arm is quick with some length in the action, that mix causes some balance issues which when he is able to repeat and control, command takes a step forward. Projecting a bump in velocity is not hard with an athletic motion and such a young arm. The off speed pitches are a work in progress which is common for such a young pitcher. The curveball sat 65-67 miles per hour with some downward movement. In this outing, Lumley struggled to find a consistent arm slot on his off speed pitches but that will come with more reps. Lumley displayed good energy on the mound with a real competitive nature. There is a lot of projectability here, as Lumley possesses the perfect mix for a young pitcher: size, athleticism and a quick arm.  Carson Lumley will be a name to watch in Ontario as he continues to develop.

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