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Berrios Talks About His Brooklyn Staff

As a pitching coach on a young farm team, Berrios may have one of the toughest jobs in baseball. He is responsible for the development of 16 arms that all vary in strength and ability. The Cyclones pitching coach spoke with Inside Pitch about his methods of working with his guys.

Since Rick Peterson's arrival in 2003, Mets pitchers at all levels have undergone a transformation. The Peterson program, which helped bring along the development of Tim Hudson, Mark Mulder and Barry Zito in Oakland, is now taking shape in Flushing with the big club and in Brooklyn with the Cyclones. One of the proponents of the cult of Peterson is Cyclones Pitching Coach Hector Berrios. "I...

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