Yankees had 5 of the top 20 inc #1 Mason Williams
A consummate winner, Muno was the starting shortstop and offensive catalyst for Fresno State's 2008 national championship team as a freshman. He played third base as a senior this spring but moved back to short in the NY-P, which he led in batting (.355), on-base percentage (.466) and doubles (23). Not all scouts are sold on his bat, though he manages the strike zone very well, grinds out at-bats and has bat speed from both sides of the plate.
"He has some of the best knowledge of the strike zone I've ever seen from a young kid," Brooklyn manager Rich Donnelly said. "His bat is going to play and his OBP is ridiculous. He's been a winner his whole life. He's a tough kid and I just like him."
Muno lacks the range to be an everyday shortstop in the big leagues, but he has good infield actions and instincts to go along with a solid arm. He has a chance to be a regular at second base or a versatile utilityman who can fill in all over the infield. He has slightly above-average speed and good baserunning instincts.
1. Mason Williams, of, Staten Island Yankees
2. Garin Cecchini, 3b, Lowell Spinners (Red Sox)
3. Parker Markel, rhp, Hudson Valley Renegades (Rays)
4. Maikel Franco, 3b, Williamsport Crosscutters (Phillies)
5. Jose Urena, rhp, Jamestown Jammers (Marlins)
6. Cito Culver, ss, Staten Island Yankees
7. Tony Wolters, ss, Mahoning Valley Scrappers (Indians)
8. Tyler Austin, 3b, Staten Island Yankees
9. Nick Kingham, rhp, State College Spikes (Pirates)
10. Parker Bridwell, rhp, Aberdeen Ironbirds (Orioles)
11. Alex Dickerson, 1b, State College Spikes (Pirates)
12. Aaron Westlake, 1b, Connecticut Tigers
13. Matt Skole, 3b, Auburn Doubledays (Nationals)
14. Angelo Gumbs, 2b, Staten Island Yankees
15. Glynn Davis, of, Aberdeen Ironbirds (Orioles)
16. Bobby Crocker, of, Vermont Lake Monsters (Athletics)
17. Jake Lowery, c/1b, Mahoning Valley Scrappers (Indians)
18. Danny Muno, ss, Brooklyn Cyclones (Mets)
19. Branden Pinder, rhp, Staten Island Yankees
20. Aaron Altherr, of, Williamsport Crosscutters (Phillies)