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Sam Mummau




185 lbs








Palm Harbor, Fla.



Sam Mummau Pronunciation

**Bio information via Florida athletics


  • Letterwinner under head coach Josh Sinabaldi at Dunedin
  • As a senior, batted .383/.482/.606 with two homers, three triples, nine doubles, 27 runs, 20 RBI and nine stolen bases
  • Drew more walks (22) than strikeouts (16)
  • Posted a .928 fielding percentage across 69 total chances his final season
  • Played his junior year at Palm Harbor University High School and slashed .364/.548/.590 with one home run, two triples, eight doubles, 19 runs, 14 RBI and 15 steals
  • Also pitched to 2.10 ERA in 13 1/3 frames his junior season
  • Competed for Florida Burn during his prep years
  • Two-time Perfect Game Preseason First Team All-Region (2022-23)
  • Two-time PG Preseason Honorable Mention All-Region (2020-21)
  • 2022 PG National Showcase and 2021 PG Junior National Showcase invitee
  • Earned mention on 13 various tournament teams at PG events from 2019-2022
  • Ranked as the No. 43 player and No. 10 middle infielder in Florida on top of being the No. 312 overall recruit nationally per PG


  • Son of Rob and Anne Mummau
  • Father spent eight seasons in the Toronto Blue Jays organization and now works as a scout for the Seattle Mariners
  • Has one older brother, Jake, and one younger sister, Maria
  • Majoring in business at the University of Florida

Career Statistics

Tom Sox Extend Division Lead with Road Win over Turks

Ryan Wynn set a Tom Sox record with two triples as the Charlottesville Tom Sox (21-9) defeated the Harrisonburg Turks (18-10) by a 9-3 score at Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday. Wynn drove in four of Charlottesville’s nine runs as they extended their South division lead back to two games. 

‘Sox Drop Marathon Game in Staunton

On a humid evening at John Moxie Memorial Stadium, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-8) dropped a slugfest against the Staunton Braves (12-14) by a score of 11-10 in 11 innings. Despite multiple rallies throughout the contest, the ‘Sox fell just short in a four-and-a-half-hour affair – the longest contest by time in team history (4:35).

‘Sox Fend off Late Rally to Beat Cavaliers on Holiday Night

Despite the hot and humid weather, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-7) celebrated Holidays on the Hill Night with an 8-5 win over the Culpeper Cavaliers (10-14) on Saturday evening at Charlottesville High School.

Lavey’s Walk-Off Homer Secures Win Over Generals

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (17-5) battled back in the ninth inning against the Waynesboro Generals (9-13) to earn a hard-fought 3-2 win on Friday Night at Charlottesville High School. Chase Stryker showed up big time with a career-high of seven strikeouts for the season, and Robbie Lavey sent the ‘Sox home smiling with a walk-off two-run home run.

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