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Q&A with B-Mets Pitching Coach Ricky Bones

Bones knows Devaney can turn it around

Inside Pitch caught up the Ricky Bones following the team's Saturday win at Portland. He explained his hopes for his young arms, the development of Kevin Mulvey, Michael Devaney, Tim McNab and others. With his pitchers in full swing, he knows mental toughness will be a key to their collective success.

Inside Pitch Magazine: What did you think of Marcos Carvajal's start? Ricky Bones: I think it was a good six innings. It was only that one inning he got in trouble by leaving the ball up. He got in trouble by getting away from his strengths. He was throwing too many fastballs and not mixing in his other pitches, especially his changeup. He left his fastball up in the strike zone and that's when... Recommended Stories