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Stinson Moves to the Bullpen

Stinson recently got his first call to St. Lucie

Josh Stinson came into the Mets system in 2006 with more pitches in his repertoire than a typical high school player. In his first two years, he struggled to put it all together including a rough stint as a starter in Savannah last season. However in 2008, a move to the bullpen was prescribed for the right-hander and so far it has helped significantly improve his maturity and effectiveness.

"I think the season is going well. I think I've improved on many areas from last year. I've really worked on my repertoire and concentrated on my curveball and slider which has got me to the point where I'm command two breaking pitchers which is very important," Josh Stinson positively described. It has certainly been a year of progress for the 20-year-old hurler who began the year where he...

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