Originally posted on Mets360.com  |  Last updated 8/5/13
For Mets lefty, Darin Gorski, it’s 2011 all over again.  That… is very much a good thing.  In 2011 Gorski emerged from seemingly nowhere as a possible diamond in the rough.  He posted a 2.08 ERA and had the K/9 of pitchers who were well above his prospect stock. Gorski is 25 going on 26 and showing signs that he might be able to help the Mets in the not-so-distant future.  The reason for this is that those 2011 numbers… are back.  Gorski currently sports a 2.08 ERA in Binghamton and a K/9 over 9.0 He’s also maintained the low number of walks that has sustained and supported his minor league career. I have not always been a Gorski supporter and will not claim to be one of the faithful few who watched him struggle in 2012 without losing hope.  AA is one of the toughest steps that a minor league player must go through to prove his ability to pitch in the majors.  Gorski struggled in 2012, but seemed to turn things around late in the year.  I, the callous blogger, wrote this off as just...
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