Found October 21, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
Now that the 2012 season has concluded for the New York Mets, we have taken a look at overall breakdowns for the offense, starting rotation, and bullpen this past season. We will now take a look at every player on the roster from A (Manny Acosta) to Y (Chris Young) as our Mets 101 Player Review series returns. In each review we will take a look at one player’s 2012 performance and what role, if any, they can expect to have with the Mets in 2013. Today we will look at relief pitcher Josh Edgin. Mets 101 Player Review: Josh Edgin 2012 Stats: 1-2, 25.2 Innings Pitched, 4.56 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, 30 Strikeouts, 10 Walks, 19 Hits (allowed), 14 Runs/13 Earned Runs, 5 Home Runs, 0 Saves, and 5 Holds. 2012 Story: Coming into 2012, Josh Edgin probably wasn’t in the minds of many Mets fans. During the off season, the Mets front office worked deligently to sure up what was a weakness that past few seasons. Picking up a number of relievers including Frank Francisco and Jon Rauch just to name a few. H...
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