Mason baseball players and their MLB counterparts

The baseball season is underway, and that means that it is time to compare our own athletes to professional athletes again. With a close look at playing style, we give you Mason players and their Major League Baseball counterparts.


Thomas Dean: Nolan Arenado

A good defensive third baseman who also absolutely rakes; classic three hitter.





Thomas Creed: Chris Davis

Power hitting first baseman who is an absolute unit and either strikes out or hits bombs.





Jay Nesson: Madison Bumgarner

Pitchers who rake.





David Miller: Adam Eaton

5’8” outfielders who hit leadoff with high On Base Percentage (OBP





Johnny Asel: Yoenis Céspedes

Both have powerful arms from the outfield with middle of the lineup power at bat.




Sean Butler: Buster Posey

Solid bat in the lineup with an even better catching performance behind the dish.




Aidan Clark: Trevor Story

A hot and cold hitter with a good glove at shortstop.






Caleb Parnell: Dustin Pedroia

Undersized second baseman with a good glove who relies on defense and small base knocks.






Erik Martin: Bartolo Colon AKA “Big Sexy”

Big pitchers who rely mostly on accuracy.





Brian Murphy: Michael A. Taylor

Up and coming lanky outfielders who have future top of the lineup potential.







Peter Villa: Kyle Hendricks

A top pitcher who doesn’t throw very fast but keeps it low and hits his spots.


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