NCAA DI OF – Power LHH With Plus Arm
Name: Joey Mundy
Weight: 225 lbs.kg
DOB: December 10, 1995
Date Available: May 25, 2019Will Pay Flight
Positions (alt): LF
College: Vanderbilt University/College of Charleston
Cell phone +1 304-840-1889
My name is Joey Mundy. I am a left-handed power hitter with a plus arm and speed for my size (6.8 60-yard dash). I am from Huntington, West Virginia where I played for Huntington High School. I hit .515 in high school and played shortstop where I was All-State for 3 years.
Out of high school, I was a part of the number 1 recruiting class in the country and attended Vanderbilt University on a baseball scholarship. I played for one year under Tim Corbin and lost in the College World Series to the University of Virginia. I batted .333 in limited at bats. I, then transferred to the College of Charleston under Head Coach Matt Heath where I was a starter and played right field. I batted third in the lineup.
Coach Heath left the program. I then played under Chad Holbrook where I played left field, right field and Dh’d for my last 2 years here. (stats enclosed under questionnaire) I hit .344 my senior year and played right field. I have been a captain on this team since I was a redshirt sophomore and bring many leadership qualities to the table.
Abilities summary: Power hitting lefty with plus arm
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|2018||College of Charleston||21||60||7||18||2||0||1||8||2||6||2||0||.300||.323||.383|
|2017||College of Charleston||49||194||29||55||11||0||3||35||14||39||4||2||.284||.362||.387|
Joey is a terrific kid. A great personality, a joy to be around, and he has been a great member of our program. He played his best baseball as he finished up his senior season. You do not have to worry about his character, work ethic, or baseball knowledge. He is A plus in all those categories. I have enjoyed every minute of being around Joey. He is terrific!
Joey is big, strong, left handed, power hitter that can run for a big guy. He is better off in LF because of average arm strength. This is my 20th year in college coaching and I can say with a certainty that Joey Mundy is one of the hardest working, most coachable, and team first players I have ever shared a dugout with. Teammates will love him, coaches will expect leadership from him, and he will be an asset to any organization.
I met Joey as a 7 year-old when I was the Head Coach at Marshall University. Joey came to our camps and eventually became our batboy. We stayed in contact even after I left Marshall to open my State Farm agency in 2007. I am sure you get a ton of recommendations saying this guy is the best ever. But he really is a quality young man that spent the summer at my house while playing summer ball in the Virginia Valley League in between college seasons. I would never put my two daughters in that situation if I didn’t think so highly of him. From a baseball standpoint, I truly have never been around a guy that has more stamina in the cages than Joey. He can hit forever and put quality swings on the ball after an hour. This guy will do whatever you ask of him from the standpoint of an on or off-the field perspective.
Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with teammates in a shared bedroom, Living with a host family
Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season
Prior engagements: No
Recent injuries/illnesses: No
Traveling with a companion: Perhaps for a short term visit