Posted April 15, 2013 on mets.scout.com
PLAYERS: Cory Mazzoni
BINGHAMTON, NY - 2012 was a solid year for Binghamton Mets pitcher Cory Mazzoni. It was his first full professional season, and while he pitched well, there is still a lot of work he must do to force his way into the big leagues. Mazzoni came into camp this spring ready and eager to put up a strong 2013 season and to continue to make progress as a prospect.
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