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Nickeas a Veteran Presence for B-Mets

BINGHAMTON, NY - Catcher Mike Nickeas is no stranger to the New York Mets organization. The veteran backstop has spent the last four seasons working with pitchers up and down the system. This season, Nickeas is having one of his best offensive seasons while working with a talented to pitching staff. Nickeas spoke with Inside Pitch about his season with the bat and his work with the B-Mets staff.

Catcher Mike Nickeas has caught at all levels of the minor league system, catching scores of pitchers along the way. The 27-year old was originally drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 2004 First-Year Player Draft. The Mets acquired him during the 2006 season in a trade that sent outfielder Victor Diaz to Arlington. The catcher situation for Binghamton has been a mess this season due to...

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