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Q&A with Neal Musser

Once regarded as a top prospect, Neal Musser was the Mets first round draft pick in 1999 and the Mets were expecting great things from him. Musser had a 7-1 record his last season for Benton Central High in Oxford, Ind. with104 strikeouts in 58 innings. Unfortunately for Musser and the Mets, a series of injuries had slowed his progress. Musser seems to have finally recovered from all his misfortunes and 2004 is turning out to be his best season. He sat down for a Q&A with NYfansonly.com.

In the month of May, he was 3-0 with a 1.80 ERA. On Wednesday Musser was selected to his second All-Star game in a row. Blake McGinley, Dave Bacani, Angel Pagan, and Justin Huber were also selected to the mid-summer classic. On Tuesday, Neal Musser got his team leading eighth win. It is the first time he has ever got eight wins for one team in one year. The B-Mets scored 7 runs in the first two...

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