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Stinson Hopes Struggles are Over

Stinson hopes his last two starts turn him around

BUFFALO, NY - Josh Stinson hoped to use his spot on the 40-man roster as a means of upward mobility. However, a shaky first two months have the right-hander back to focusing on some fundamentals as he hopes to turn around a rather inconsistent start. Stinson spoke with Inside Pitch about the steps he is taking and how he thinks he can right the ship during the summer.

It's been a bizarre month and a half to start the season for Buffalo pitcher Josh Stinson. After being placed on the Mets' 40-man roster in the winter, Stinson was expected to, at the very least, be on the Buffalo opening day roster. That didn't happen, and the 23-year-old righty was sent to Binghamton to start the season. Stinson only started two games for the B-Mets before getting the call... Recommended Stories