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Leathersich Letting It Fly

BROOKLYN, NY - A collegiate arm getting off to a fast start in Brooklyn in nothing new. But the start that Jack Leathersich is off to deserves notice. The 2011 fifth round pick has seen limited action, but has certainly made the most of his time on the mound. Inside Pitch caught up with Leathersich to find out why he has been so sharp in the early going.

For any young player making the leap from college ball to pro ball, making adjustments is crucial and can be overwhelming at times. In the case of Brooklyn Cyclones' pitcher Jack Leathersich, it seems the transition has been anything but overwhelming. As the Mets 5th round draft pick this year, the southpaw from Massachusetts joined the Cyclones having flown in comparatively under the radar...

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