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Coultas Feeling Good As New

Ryan Coultas' shoulder is finally healthy

Right-hander Ryan Coultas found a rhythm during his first season as a starter in the Binghamton rotation. In fact, he was the B-Mets most consistent starter through the first eight weeks, but a labrum injury popped up in early June which ended his promising season. Originally struck with bad news, the diagnosis turned out to be much better than expected and he now feels ready to go for 2010.

It can be said that Ryan Coultas' season was a success even before he hit the disabled list in early June. Having tuned up as a reliever in the St. Lucie bullpen in 2008, the right-hander was moved into the Binghamton rotation where the results were consistently good. Coultas allowed more than two earned runs in a start in just one of his 11 outings, en route to a 4-3 record and 2.78 ERA in...

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