3XL, barrel-chested, fat donkey; pitches from third base side; separates late, slight wrap, deep, flat arm at footstrike; average arm speed; closed front shoulder, small hitch in landing foot for added deception, inverted footstrike; H3/4; for size, repeats delivery well; delivery has ease.
Both pitches tunnel well off of each other, both are out pitches
Soft 2-7, moderate depth, lacks bite, used when ahead, behind or even, can steal 1st pitch strikes and punch out hitters
throws to both
repeats release point
At 6-foot-8, 270 pounds, Johnson-Mullins is a lefty reliever with the size of an NFL lineman. He throws three pitches for strikes, and utilizes all three for out-pitches. He has an idea and presence. The big question mark: will he be able to limit the walks? With the inhibiting size, pitch repertoire, and control issues, he projects to be set-up reliever.