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Bostick Taking a Different Angle

Bostick has been a steady arm for the B-Mets

BINGHAMTON, NY - In the 2006 deal that sent Matt Lindstrom and Henry Owens to Florida, the Mets received two key left-handed pitchers. The first, Jason Vargas was a part of the team's deal over the summer in which they acquired J.J. Putz, Sean Green and Jeremy Reed. The other, Adam Bostick is making his presence felt in Binghamton.

This season, 26-year-old Adam Bostick has pitched to the record of 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA in 12 innings pitched. The lefty has been relied on to come out of the bullpen strictly as a reliever. For Bostick this is his second stint in Double-A after spending the entirety of his Mets career in Triple-A, pitching in New Orleans. Yet the left-handed Bostick understands the importance of his time...

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