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Carp Finds New Challenges with New Team

When he went down with an injury a large hole opened up in the Binghamton lineup causing the B-Mets to struggle offensively and lack consistent production. Now Carp is back in full swing with the team as they look for a high-scoring summer. Inside Pitch caught up with the first baseman to get his thoughts on what he wants to do moving forward.

The following is an excerpt from the upcoming print edition of Inside Pitch Magazine Fun has been scarce for the 2007 B-Mets. As of July 5, they sit in second-to-last in the Eastern League Northern Division with a 35-47 record, 16 1/2 games back of first-place Trenton. Some of the people from St. Lucie may be the same in Binghamton, but the circumstances, and the league, are not. "There's a... Recommended Stories