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Rustich Just Wants a Healthy Arm

Throughout his three seasons, Brant Rustich has yet to meet his targeted goals. His raw talent is some of the best in the organization, but a stress fracture has prevented him from finishing seasons and moving up at his own and the organization's desired speed. Rustich now believes the answer to his injury questions may have been found and all he wants is to be fully healthy again.

97 1/3 innings. That has been the extent of Brant Rustich's workload over the past two seasons. The big right-hander, selected in the second round of the 2007 Draft, is big, throws with a lot of velocity and was expected to be a fast riser in the Mets organization. But despite quality numbers at each level, Rustich still has not ascended passed St. Lucie. The reason? A recurring stress...

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