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Final Binghamton Scouting Report

Dan, who covered the Binghamton Mets for NYfansonly.com this season, gives his final thoughts on the players with a brief scouting report on the B-Mets players. There is no substitute for watching the players on a daily basis and Dan was around the players and coaches all season. See what Dan thinks of each of the B-Mets players in this final team evaluation for 2004.

C: Joe Hietpas: He was called up for the last half of the season. He played in only 43 games hitting a measly .230. I didn't get to see much of him and the little I did see was unimpressive. He hit relatively well with runners on base but his strikeout to walk ratio leaves a lot to be desired. He made 6 errors in 43 games which is a lot for a catcher and his throwing arm is not outstanding. He...

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