Found August 31, 2012 on Mets Merized Online:
Our Minor League Editor Pete Shapiro, hooked up with Kevin Kernan of the New York Post and together they had a great interview with Mets 2011 first rounder Brandon Nimmo on Wednesday at the Hudson Valley before the Cyclones game. If you really want to know the caliber of person and player Brandon is, you need to listen to this heart-to-heart discussion as the three of them review Nimmo’s journey with the Brooklyn Cyclones this season and they talk about the highs and the lows, the struggles and the accomplishments. It was interesting to hear him tell when it all started to click for him after getting off to slow start to the season where he was batting .180 at the halfway point. Brandon Nimmo gets his strength from his family who he leans on for support and his faith which guides him along his journey. He spends a lot of time raving about the organization as far as his teammates as well as Michael Fulmer, Matt Harvey, Tyler Pill and Zack Wheeler. It’s a great listen, so I hope you ...
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