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Cessa's Conversion Going Well

Cessa has allowed 2 runs or less in each start

BROOKLYN, NY - Luis Cessa signed as a minor league free agent in 2008 at only sixteen years old. Prior to his 2011 season with the DSL Mets, Cessa had been converted from an infielder to a pitcher. In one year, he has completely transitioned into a consistent starting pitcher for the Brooklyn Cyclones.

Prior to this season, Cessa's first season with the Cyclones, he played for both the DSL Mets and the GCL Mets. He worked mainly out of the bullpen after being transferred to the GCL Mets but earned an ERA of 3.66 over the span of 32 innings, collecting a total of 23 strikeouts. He used those experiences to make improvements during the offseason. "For three months, I was in Port St. Lucie...

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