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Stinson Aims to Redefine Himself

Stinson looks to rebound in 2008

Josh Stinson came into the organization at just 18 years old, but after his second professional season, questions have raised as to what kind of pitcher he will be after posting sub-par records with Savannah. Determined to shake off the negativity of the 2007 season, he was determined to reinvent himself over the winter. Inside Pitch spoke with Stinson as he prepares for the regular season.

In his sophomore season, Josh Stinson endured as many bumps in the road as a young pitcher can experience. At 19 years old, Stinson was pegged into the Savannah rotation with the hope that he could expand upon his 2006 rookie season in which he was 1-3 with a 1.79 in 40.1 innings in the GCL and Hagerstown. Yet early struggles set the tone for his season, struggles form which he found it...

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