Originally posted on Mets360.com  |  Last updated 8/13/13
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Every Mets fan that witnessed the incredible achievements of Jenrry Mejia during Spring Training 2010, realizes that the sky is the limit for him. When Jerry Manuel begged Omar Minaya to bring Mejia to the major league roster some were very supportive of bringing the future directly to the majors, while others were skeptical. Regardless of anyone else’s thoughts Mejia was brought to the MLB as a reliever, rather than his natural position as a starter. He was eventually sent down to bring up reliever- now closer- Bobby Parnell. He came back up he began to start games, unfortunately, he struggled immensely and had a bad injury. Now after making another good start his fourth start last night against the Los Angeles Dodgers, let’s see how he fared through his first three starts every season of his young career. So what happened from Mejia’s excellence in Spring Training 2010, to his 2011 Tommy John surgery, his struggles in 2012, and finally to his dominance this season? The short a...
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