20th round in 2009 (San Francisco)
17th round in 2008 (Cleveland)
Highly touted junior college transfer after being drafted twice ... power-arm sinker pitcher who posses low 90s fastball... has four pitches he uses to both righties and lefties ... pitched for LSU during the 2010 season before transferring to another school.
JUNIOR SEASON (2010)
Appeared in 19 games as a reliever, posting a 3-0 mark and a 5.97 ERA in 28.2 innings ... recorded 16 walks and 18 strikeouts on the year ... earned relief win vs. UL-Lafayette on March 24 -- 1.2 IP with no runs, one hit, no walks and one strikeout ... first career LSU win vs. William & Mary on Feb. 27 -- 3 IP with one run on three hits, no walks and three strikeouts
PRIOR TO LSU
Named 2009 2nd team All-Conference as a pitcher for Des Moines Area Community College ... named a 2009 Preseason JUCO All-American ... preseason rated No. 6 JUCO prospect by Baseball America in 2009 ... compiled a 10-3 record in 13 starts in 2009 with a 3.40 ERA in 76.2 innings ... Also amassed 71 strikeouts in his sophomore year, while holding opponents to a .231 batting average ... set the DMACC single season record for wins (10) ... Participated in the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 2009 ... in 2008, as a freshman, was named to the All-Conference First team, while setting the DMACC single season record for saves (12) ... helped lead his team to the JUCO World Series in 2008 and 2009 ... coached by Dan Fitzgerald.
An outstanding right-handed pitcher at West Delaware High School in Manchester, Iowa ... as a senior in 2007, led his team to the State Championship while being named first-team all-conference with a 1.75 ERA ... in 2006 as a junior, he helped his team to a 37-3 record, while posting a 1.75 ERA ... coached by Mike Morrison.
Full name is Mitchell Lee Mormann ... parents are Randy and Jackie Mormann ... has one brother, Blake (23) and one sister, Molly (12) ... majoring in sports administration at LSU ... born March 17, 1989 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mormann's LSU Career Highs
Innings: 3.1 at Florida (4/30/10)
Strikeouts: 3 vs. William & Mary (2/27/10)
Hits Allowed: 6 vs. Georgia (4/3/10)
Runs: 4 vs. Georgia (4/3/10)
Earned Runs: 4 vs. Georgia (4/3/10)
Walks: 4 at Tennessee (3/27/10)