Posted April 15, 2013 on
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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Updated by Joe D. at 10:00 PM
Lynn Worthy just broke the news on Twitter, that Jake DeGrom will remain with the Binghamton Mets even when Cory Mazzoni comes off the disabled list next week.
Worthy adds that the B-Mets will go with a six-man rotation which is something they did last season as well.
Great news, and DeGrom is exactly where he should have been to start the season.
Phil Evans is heating up after making some adjustments to his approach.
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Savannah (5-5) lost a close one to Rome, 2-1
St. Lucie (7-3) toppled Bradenton, 8-2
Binghamton (6-4) dropped New Hampshire, 6-3
Las Vegas (6-5) beat Fresno in eleven innings, 5-4
Zack Wheeler, who had walked six batters in his first 8.1 innings this season, did...
One of the top Mets pitching prospects, Luis Mateo, has left his Double-A debut in the fourth inning of tonight’s Binghamton game, after the trainer and head coach Pedro Lopez visited the mound. According to a tweet by Lynn Worthy, they appeared to be inspecting his hand.
Mateo was called up from St. Lucie to replace Cory Mazzoni, who was placed on the disabled list with “Tennis...