Armed with a blend of power and speed, Cedric Mullins potentially hitting atop the Orioles lineup makes in an appealing prospect heading into 2019. Of course, opportunity drives the bus, but Mullins did well during his 45-game sample last year with Baltimore scoring 23 runs with four home runs, 11 RBI, two stolen bases and a .235/.312/.359 slash line. His average could be slightly better, as his .241 expected average suggests. However, it could be the last part of his game which arrives for fantasy.

Mullins also played across two levels of the minors last year splitting time between Double and Triple-A. As a primer, here’s his statistics at each level along with his combined minor league totals:

  • Double-A: 49 games, 201 at-bats, 36 runs, six home runs, 28 RBI, nine stolen bases; .313/.362/.516
  • Triple-A: 60 games, 242 at-bats, 41 runs, six home runs, 19 RBI, 12 stolen bases; .269/.333/.438
  • MiLB 2018: 109 games, 443 at-bats, 77 runs, 12 home runs, 47 RBI, 21 stolen...