NYfansonly.com looks at the peripheral stats of the Binghamton pitchers. We will look at the pitchers who logged a minimum of 40 innings with Binghamton and did not accrue more than 40 innings at Norfolk. <b>(Free Preview of Premium Content)</b>
November 10, 2004
Dan, who covered the Binghamton Mets for NYfansonly.com this season, gives his final thoughts on the players with a brief scouting report on the B-Mets players. There is no substitute for watching the players on a daily basis and Dan was around the players and coaches all season. See what Dan thinks of each of the B-Mets players in this final team evaluation for 2004.
September 14, 2004
Kenneth Chenard was a draft and follow signee in the spring of 1999. He was originally a 46th round draft selection in the June 1998 free agent draft. Chenard missed his senior season in high school due to an injury. His father who was his high school coach contacted a friend who knew a Mets scout. Chenard got a tryout and was drafted by the Mets late in the draft. His father had taught Chenard how to throw a 2-seam fastball and slurvy slider.
November 28, 2003
Jose Reyes and Scott Kazmir remain the top positional and pitching prospects. Matthew Peterson's start at St. Lucie propels him as 1 of the big 6 instead of the big 5. Lack of extra-base hits prevented Aaron Baldiris from cracking the top 10 and perhaps making Reyes, Kazmir, Heilman, Huber, Wright and Peterson from becoming the magnificent 7. Michael Jacobs re-emerged as a prospect after being ranked in the top 25 after the 2000 season.
June 8, 2003