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Q&A with Mets 2010 30th Round Pick Josh Edgin

With their 30th round pick in the 2010 MLB Draft, the New York Mets selected left-hander Josh Edgin out of Francis Marion University. Inside Pitch caught up with Edgin to learn more about his repertoire, his style of pitching, his thoughts on being drafted, and more.

To Discuss All The Draft Day Q&As, head over to the Subscribers Forum InsidePitchMagazine: First I'd like to say congratulations on being selected by the Mets. Can you give a glimpse into what went through your mind when you were drafted? Josh Edgin: I was very happy. I went into the draft after my senior year and I really just wanted my shot. It was one of those things with emotions...

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