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Offseason Q&A with Bobby Keppel

"When I'm healthy, I'm a Major League Pitcher" sits down with Norfolk Tides' starting pitcher Bobby Keppel for a Q&A session to find out the extent of his injuries last season, what type of pitcher he is, who he has been most impressed with in the Mets' system, what he would say to the critics that point out he doesn't strike out enough batters, and more. Bobby, tell us about your injuries last season. Bob Keppel: I had two injuries last year. I had rotator cuff tendonitis, I guess you could call it, in my pitching shoulder back in March. They had Scott Erickson and James Baldwin at Norfolk so the Mets kept me down in St. Lucie for a couple of starts and then I got promoted to Norfolk after Baldwin was promoted... Recommended Stories