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Stewart Slowed to the Finish Line

After getting out to the hottest opening months of his career, Caleb Stewart lost what made him a Double-A All-Star in 2007. He struggled through the second half of the season, but he kept a positive mindset as he gave everything he could to his team.

For one final day, it was May all over again. Caleb Stewart saw the changeup leave Akron starting pitcher Robert Brownlie's hand. "I just sat back and spread it out as good as I could," Stewart said. The ball landed over the left field wall, a two-run shot that brought the Binghamton Mets within one run of the Akron Aeros on September 3 at NYSEG Stadium, the final game of the 2007 B-Mets... Recommended Stories