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B-Mets have new names, strong arms in rotation

Mets fans are optimistic for the future in hearing the names of Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler, Jon Niese, Dillon Gee, Noah Syndergaard, and Rafael Montero thrown around in regards to the pitching rotation in the next few years.  All six of those flamethrowers have spent time in Binghamton with the B-Mets. including Syndergaard and Montero in 2013.  With both of them starting the season in Triple-A Las Vegas along with last year's anchor Logan Verrett, this year's B-Mets rotation is largely new.

Darin Gorski and Greg Peavey return for another season in Binghamton.  Gorski is already tagged for the Opening Day start.  After him, manager Pedro Lopez's rotation is as follows: Rainy Lara, Tyler Pill, Hansel Robles, Peavey, and Matt Bowman. 

Now that Gorski has grown from the new kid on the block to the seasoned veteran, he says much of his approach to the game has not changed.

The B-Mets open the season on Thursday night at home against the newly rebranded Akron Rubber Ducks.

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